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    Thinnest stainless steel laser?

    Who makes the thinnest stainless steel laser?

    Only thing I've been able to find is a Richmond laser in AEB-L. Any other recommendations?

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    Not much expertise in this arena, but I can recommend my knife: Sakai Yusuke in extra-hard stainless. There's even occasionally an extra-thin version, and you might be able to arrange one through Keiichi even if they're not in stock right now.

    A Gesshin Ginga also likely qualifies as a laser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post
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    +1

    Perhaps not THE thinnest...but quite thin and the F+F is impeccable. Very pleased with mine after a couple of years.

    I haven't handled it personally, but the Gesshin Ginga is comparable, and possibly a better value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
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    That's a good one too!

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    Sakai Yusuke 210 special thin blade.

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    Del Ealy?

    Didn't Del Ealy do something in what I recall to be AEBL that some said was "too thin"? (And probably the thinnest they had ever seen)
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    The Gesshin Ginga is thin behind the edge assem. & a good cutter.For me was considering the Yusuke stainless or the Gesshin,went with the Ginga,cuz aready had carbon yusuke.

    The Ginga is a fine blade for the coin.

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    Overall thinness is by no means a definitive indicator of anything other than overall thinness. I have used some knives with crazy thin spines that where crazy terrible in pretty much every aspect of performance.
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