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    Senior Member DeepCSweede's Avatar
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    If the knife's a rocking don't come a knocking!

    Not sure how that helps in this situation, but I stand by it after Knyfeknerd's debate rolls over into other formats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepCSweede View Post
    If the knife's a rocking don't come a knocking!
    ...and keep yer fingers out of the way!

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    Not sure about shape but I always think that if there's a fire in the house, you have to be able to carry her out otherwise she's too big..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Yugo?
    LOL

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    270 gyuto for me. Hattori FH profile is perfect in my opinion, not a fan of super flat knives at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHL View Post
    Sugimoto #7 cleaver if your a cleaver man, its short enough for cramped kitchens, has a very nice taper as well. As well as has the weight behind the blade for some crazy chopping action.

    For gyoto's I'm really liking the Masamoto KS series, not as much as the sugi tho, not yet :P


    Jay

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    my misono dragon, and sabatiers are my favorites edge profile wise... Not too flat, not too much belly.

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    Not too flat, not too much belly.
    i prefer this as well.

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    I completely agree. I can't stand too flat or too much belly. The less belly the better.

    Wait, are we still talking about knives????
    "Into a country where the jails are full, and the mad houses closed." - Charles Bukowski

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    240 gyuto hands down

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