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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck239 View Post
    Yes, the Tillman is Nilox. Great steel. Spine shot=very thin. I will try to get one tomorrow but it is his typical super thin grind.

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    OK, 'nuf said. How much flex?
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    You guys are killing us with those sales

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    Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!

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    Ok, at work. I have a ton of PM's to respond to when I get home today.

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    when you gonna finish the slicer???????!!!!!!lol. it's only been a year and a half or so. just given you a hard time buddy!
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    Ok. To answer a few questions that have been asked.

    Carter Nakiri: 180mm edge length 200mm handle to tip. White Steel. Custom Stefan handle (not sure on wood)
    Blazen 270: converted from western to Wa handle. Another custom Stefan handle. (work done by Tilman a few years ago)
    Kato 240 gyuto: Sharpened twice, only used a handful of times. After receiving the knife and it having a POS handle that wobbled very bad I had to have it replaced. Upgraded to an ichi octagon handle from JKI.
    Martell Suji: 0-1 steel, 300mm, 42mm tall. The handle is Ziricote and Maple.

    Martel Gyuto- SOLD
    A-type suji- SOLD
    Rader- SPF
    Tillman- SPF

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    I had never seen an A Type suji, that is one beautiful looking slicer.

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    Kato- SOLD
    Martel Gyuto- SOLD
    A-type suji- SOLD
    Rader- SPF
    Tillman- SPF

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