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    Stone is obviously nice- but seeing that pile of steel next to it waiting to be re-enlisted... is feckin reedickulous.
    Today is as good a day to die as any. Except for tomorrow. I have plans tomorrow.

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    7 gyutos at work, and i thought i had too many with 4!

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    I roll with a Kato 240, Henry handled forgecraft 270, CCK 1301, and a 240 Marko Watanabe kiritsuke... I thought that was exorbitant... Time to go back to school...
    Today is as good a day to die as any. Except for tomorrow. I have plans tomorrow.

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    Hopefully no Shawshenk flashbacks for you.
    Jason

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    Shiv vs. Shig...
    Today is as good a day to die as any. Except for tomorrow. I have plans tomorrow.

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    After an entire shift with the white Mizuno, (Veg prep, tuna slicing, roast pork slicing) I noticed the edge didn't last through the shift. It was fine for most tasks but you could tell the difference on the tuna and tomatoes. Not a surprise. Some quick stropping and it came back pretty good.
    The Mizuno stainless did surprising well the day before. Not as rough a shift but slightly impressed. I don't like the flex in it.

    It's going to be a busy day today so I'm pulling out old faithful, the suminigashi Mizuno. I get a little fuzzy thinking about it. Weird, ay?

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    Sweet! Glad to see you're amongst us again Salty!

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    Not weird, at all, Salty. We all have our babies.
    09/06

    Take a look around at: www.sharpandshinyshop.com

    Email me at: tmclean@sharpandshinyshop.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    You'll have to ask him. I asked him to refine an Ultimatum and I got it back all sleek and shiny with the new handle.

    A knife I find myself using quite a bit. Thanks again Mario!


    You are welcome.....thats what friends are for......Hey!! I got two knives on the table

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    Quote Originally Posted by pleue View Post
    love the handle of the mario morph, who did it and what are the materials?
    The handle is black ash burl.......The blade WAS and I do mean WAS an 19c27 ultimatum....it was thick enough for me to completely regrind.

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