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    it have also bit thicker grind and bit wider. I had both of them. It is called small fish

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    A bit thicker and wider like in a mm thicker and a couple of mm wider?

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    No, Grind is different thicker. I can not remember now how much thicker. But thy are made to handle small bones. Petty is not

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    :=p difficult to see with just pictures. I'll take your words for it.




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    Maxim, Forgive me ignorance but is that Kuri Kogatana knife a historic knife that was used for suicide via the abdomin?

    Sorry for the gore so early in the AM but I think there is a famous story from my childhood where someone used a knife in a self inflicted way to end it all. Somebody here knows the story??

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    so would that make it a mini yanagi?

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    Panda I read your post at work, and thought about it. When I first got it I had a thought, that it prob started out as a yangi, but had some kind of problem further down the blade. I looked at my Miz. fuguhiki and just eyeballing it it looks almost exactly same. The fugu is 300. I'll post a pic of the 2 in the morrow.
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    Apologize for this bit of ignorance, but what does the "vat" mean in the pricing? Include exclude....
    Thanks!

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    From what I understand, its a eu tax. Not sure what for.
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