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    The passaround gyuto has been falling through a few tomatoes and onions over the last week
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    I want to thank Johnnychance for buying one of the modified gyutos, and especially for the wonderful conversation I had with him today. He has helped my understanding of the last few touches I need to make the perfect knife. I now have the understanding of the convexing that has been brought up and I will definately be working on that for knives in the future.
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    holy. flippin'. @#$&!. when does the pass around hit me? i can't wait to try something like that!

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    I will post a list soon, I have been a bit remiss with that. Its going to Jim next.
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    Good deal Del...I really want to see what it can do.

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    It's in USPS's hands right now, and should be to Jim on Monday. I will post my review tonight or on Saturday. I was sad to see it go, especially since it wanted to play with Pierre's Damasteel pass-around
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    Can't wait to see this review Wildboar. Del has been working on perfecting his knives and it wi be interesting on how it stacks up against other custom manufacturers.

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