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    arrived in great shape, thanks huw!

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    nice one!

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    Does the standard Heiji not have the double shinogi line found on the Gesshin Heiji?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzer View Post
    Does the standard Heiji not have the double shinogi line found on the Gesshin Heiji?
    AFAIK, they have very similar profile but gessin heiji has better QC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzer View Post
    Does the standard Heiji not have the double shinogi line found on the Gesshin Heiji?
    They are basically the same knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzer View Post
    Does the standard Heiji not have the double shinogi line found on the Gesshin Heiji?
    I'm curious what is the "double shinogi line"?? do you mean blade has shinogi line with hamaguri edge(like single bevel knife) ?? If I am incorrect, I'd appreciate someone educate me about "double shinogi line".....
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    I think means shinogi on both faces. Instead of Single bevel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
    I think means shinogi on both faces. Instead of Single bevel?
    OK, I see...I thought all double wide bevel knives have shinogi line on both side
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    Yeah, all that I'm aware of!
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