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  1. #181
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    Dave, nice work as usual!

    BTW, I'm very proud that my Martell 300mm suji is your current avatar. Did you like that one as much as I love it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnochef View Post
    Dave, nice work as usual!

    BTW, I'm very proud that my Martell 300mm suji is your current avatar. Did you like that one as much as I love it?

    Yes I do.....and thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99Limited View Post
    I would loved to have seen this knife in person. Some pictures make the red look brighter than others, but I'm wondering if it's actually darker like it shows in a couple of those pictures. BTW, what is mycarta?
    Easily arranged. I'm just a bit north of you.
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    Here we have Dan's 210mm Hiromoto AS gyuto that's been thinned & etched. Came out kind of crazy, eh? Talk about dripping cladding.

    The scales are blue dyed redwood scored from our own BurlSource. The wood has a beautiful green/blue with metallic glitter look to it that's going to wow Dan over for sure, especially since my pictures failed to capture even the color accurately.

    The pins are copper/nickel silver mosaics and the liners are black G10.

    I still have to sharpen it yet but it'll ship out on Monday morning for sure. I hope you enjoy it Dan.
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    thats beautiful! can't wait for the Santoku!

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    Wow, that one came out extremely well. Someone was lucky in the cladding department.

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    Wow!
    That sure did turn out nice!
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    Holy carp that **** looks magical!!
    Starting this harvest I'm a starving startling artist/
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    i think this might be my favorite-looking hiromoto ever! the cladding is beautiful, and the handle has the just-right mix of bling and subtlety. awesome.

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    Thanks guys, I like this one a lot myself.

    Hey Mark, the wood worked really nice, the shine seen isn't CA glue or epoxy either - it's from the stabilization you use.

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