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Thread: The Shun Experiment, Part Two

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    I used a coworkers gokujo boner, because I was too lazy to run to my car...

    I was pleasantly surprised. Was very efficient with six tenderloins.

    Prior, I've only sharpened coworkers. They always look nice ootb, but lose that new luster and shine quickly.
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    salty uses a gokujo boner. he likes it. =D

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    I think Saltys boner is a Tojiro, though...
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    have the shun gokujo, was a gift from twin girls who had worked with me for several years. It IS great on tenderloin and other similar fabrications.

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    both tojiro and shun have a gokujo boner

    =D

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    That's a lot of boner on one page

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    Take em wherever you can get em....they don't come as easy with age.
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    my wife uses the Shun Santoku...hell, I'll admit it...it's a damn fine knife. It's not a laser but it gets the job done and the edge retention is great.

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