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    Senior Member Birnando's Avatar
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    Well, to get back on track somewhat, I do own two Shigefusa's, and must admit to really liking them.
    They perform as good as I would expect a proper Japanese hand-made knife to do.
    I have others that in my opinion are a match to them, one might even surpass them, but all in all, pretty darn good tools in my book.

    And no, there is no spanking of anyone with a Shigefusa around here.
    Too kinky for me, that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bieniek View Post
    I did some cuts with DT ITK 24cm however, and it was by faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar the worst knife I have ever used or held.
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    What you talkin about, Willis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsacco View Post
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    What you talkin about, Willis?
    haha, wp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99Limited View Post
    I was pretty sure then as I still am today there aren't any knives for me that are any better than one of DT's handcrafted knives.
    I agree with you. I am partial to DT's knives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rsacco View Post
    I agree with you. I am partial to DT's knives.
    A real fan of DT would have at least 10 of his knvies.Nice collection!
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsacco View Post
    I agree with you. I am partial to DT's knives.
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    That is a wicked collection of DT's!!! Very cool!!
    Huw

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsacco View Post
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    What you talkin about, Willis?
    Like I care about your bollocking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    As always, good to hear from you Mike! I haven't seen your "my gastronomy" posts lately. I have found great cooking inspration in them. I think you said you were changing jobs right? You had to buy a car too correct?

    Sorry KFFers, I hyjacked my own post.
    Dude still the same job but yeah had to move out further down the road so have to have a ride.
    And all the costs of it, unfortunately

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    Funny how life comes around full circle sometimes but I wanted to point out my naivety some three years ago.

    Times have changed and many in this thread have moved on, some have even passed, but just wanted to tell ya I just bought my first 215 Shigfusa Kasumi Gyuto. It hasn't arrived yet. Now I've got to figure out what to sell, sometimes that hurts more than the cost of a new knife.

    Some great people giving great advise in this thread.

    Anybody got an old CROW around.
    One thing you can give and still keep...is your word.

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    Show me what you got and I'll help identify what to sell. Hell, I'll even price it for you
    Older and wider..

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