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    Nicely Done, i would not mind beeing friend with that guy

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    Boy-Howdy! Them's some purdy pieces fur sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Boy-Howdy! Them's some purdy pieces fur sure!
    What he said. Yeeeeee Haaaa!
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    Woohoo!! Actually they're Kanetsune Kanemasa series purchased through JKI. Great value, in my opinion. Plus cool new shoes courtesy of Dave!! Thanks!

    ~Tad

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    Here is Karring's new 150mm Hiromoto AS Petty with ash burl scales (wood from Burl Source) along with it's older bigger brother Karring's 240mm Hiromoto AS gyuto.

    The petty is from the most recent group buy (#6) we did (yup - I'm still doing these) where as the gyuto is from the 1st group buy from way back when. The gyuto was returned to have it's blade thinned & etched as well as have the wood scales fixed (they shrank terribly - crap wood from WoodStabilizer). I'm 99% sure that the wood is now stable plus Karring is fond of the handle so we're going to keep it and see what happens.

    Thanks for your patience Karring, I hope you like them....
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    Very nice work Dave, and I love how the ash burl handle came out.

    k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Very nice work Dave, and I love how the ash burl handle came out.

    k.

    As long as you like it K, then I'm happy.

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    Both knives look great!

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    We offer re-handling service for western handled Japanese knives.

    Here are a few examples of work that we've done...



    If you're interested in having similar work done to your knives please contact us at JapaneseKnifeSharpening.com to discuss details.

    Base Cost $175 + materials (average is usually $25)
    Holy geez!! It took me a while to realize that was a Togiharu. You're amazing! I'm going to show Ms. Kawano later.

    Thats so awesome!! ::show other employees::

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