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    Fujiwara Teruyasu Nashiji Gyuto 240mm pass around.

    It seems there aren't many of these in circulation amongst members here, and a few people showed some interest in these. I have stolen the terms and conditions from Zweifels pass around thread.. All of the usual rules apply:

    Be a regular poster here
    take care of proper packaging + shipping to the next person
    insure the shipping for the value of the knife ($250)
    sharpen only if needed, and are comfortable with it on this knife
    pass on to the next person after 1 week

    Keep everyone up-to-date in this thread, please

    limiting to 10 or so people, who will be chosen by an undisclosed process

    Review/photos appreciated, but not required.

    PM with interest + shipping deets.

    This will start with Tom in Canadia and I would like some Aussies to get a go, because we usually miss out on these things.

    Here is a pic of the knife in question. There were a couple of F&F Issues which I mentioned in another thread, I will send it out as is so people can get an idea of what to expect when ordering from this line[IMG][/IMG]

    Thanks for your interest

    Cheers
    Huw
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    Huw, I'd definitely be keen. Thanks. It is nice to see a passaround in Australia.

    Are you passing this around because you can't pry that new Burke out of your hand?

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    Pretty much haha
    Shoot me a PM with you details
    Huw
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    Huw I'd like to try this one. I can't PM but I'll send you an email.

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    I've been seriously thinking about purchasing this exact knife! My only concern was the handle. I would love to be in this pass around.

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    If it makes it to the US, I'd like to compare it to the other Fujiwaras I have.

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    if it makes it to the US, i'd love to try it!

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    Likewise, I'd like to try this knife if it makes it to the US. Thanks!
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    Oh poop, I forgot you were in Australia. I'll be in the same boat as Tinh and EdipisReks.

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    It will be making it stateside
    I'll ship it out next week.
    I might need a bit of advice on the route it should take geography wise.
    Huw
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