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    Tadasuna INOX sujihiki 300mm

    For sale is a Tadasuna INOX sujihiki 300mm. I am asking $225 shipped to CONUS and includes Paypal fees. This knife is currently selling for >$500 at Aframes.com. I did not pay anywhere close to that.

    This knife recently underwent a complete overhaul by Dave Martell including a complete regrinding. The spine and choil have been rounded and the edge is thinner than the stock edge. It does have a few superficial scratches probably from my most spiffy cardboard saya. This is a very thin suji. I am selling it because I have my eye on a honyaki sujihiki and already have another workhorse suji.

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    I apologize profusely for the glare and the quality of the pictures.

    Thank you for your interest.
    Jan

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    Senior Member euphorbioid's Avatar
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    SPF.
    Thanks.

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    S**t.

    How fast?

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    Clearly, one needs to spend all day monitoring BST if you're going to catch the good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miles View Post
    Clearly, one needs to spend all day monitoring BST if you're going to catch the good stuff.
    Heh...not really true. I was there but didn't really need a suji, while thinking...this ain't gonna last long. Timing is everything. ;-)

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    I would be very upset about missing this if it were carbon...
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    Senior Member euphorbioid's Avatar
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    Sold. Thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miles View Post
    Clearly, one needs to spend all day monitoring BST if you're going to catch the good stuff.
    No kidding!!! I missed all those Takedas too.

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    One takes Sunday afternoon off and see what happens! Nice grab

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    I almost bought this from aframes a month back...woulda shot myself in the foot if I had, after seeing this!
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