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    WTB: Chinese Cleaver

    Got a Chinese cleaver I can take off of your hands? Looking for something not too expensive and very easy to sharpen. Function > form. And rust/age is okay.

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    i have cck1303 if you are interested.
    almost new maybe used 2 times.

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    I have a CCK1303 if you're interested. It looks as ugly as the day I bought it. Looks like Eagle beat me to it.

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    Please send me more info on it

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    Well it is easier if you get one from inside the US

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    How much would you be looking for, as long as the OP isn't interested eagle?

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    I haven't really thought about it, not much, I just want something I can practice using a cleaver with...

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    I have two cheapo small cleavers. One is the CCK1303. The other is the Zhen VG-10 Light Slicer cleaver. They both sharpen up fast, and I don't care about putting anything more than a 1000 to 1200 grit edge on them because of how cheap they are. So my preferred way to get them cutting is to hone them on a 1200 grit ceramic honing rod. I'm a little skeptical of Zhen's VG-10, but the blade is so thin that it doesn't matter. It behaves like a thin cleaver should.

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    Do you want stainless or carbon? If stainless is okay, then this is hard to beat. I know it says carbon, but I received a stainless bladed knife. It's really pretty nice, cuts well, retains a decent edge, and raises a burr very easily.

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