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    FS: Harner 275mm gyuto

    I got this about a week ago. Its a big Harner, I got it new from Butch, took it to work and used it for about 10 minutes, but its just not right for me. The tip, the length, the width, it just doesn't feel good. I paid 550$ for it, plus shipping and thats what I'd like. It's all but brand new. Its 275mm and 70mm tall. Balance point is on the III on the logo.

    Handle is 2 tone spalted maple, and its in XHP steel.










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    Wow still here? At a bargain too.
    Chewie's the man.

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    Yeah I was hoping this would fly out. Maybe it's just the wrong time of year!

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    when i first saw it i thought, man, i could really use another big harner blade. Then i thought, maybe i could use the roof over my head and half my money a little bit more (the little lady would be none too pleased with all these expensive hobbies). i am sure it will go soon. maybe some people are too busy to check in over the holiday

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    You do need it!

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    I'll also do a trade, if anyone has something. A gyuto either 240mm or 270mm would be ideal.

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    This is a seriously great knife. I understand it may not be for you rdm, but I have mine out at work every shift, unless I'm on saute(it's just too big).
    Mine is in (I think) O1, but I must profess my love for this knife. Butch's work is maybe misunderstood and very underrated. I fell in love with this knife after Pensacola did a passaround with it. Rick finally decided to sell it to me later.
    This knife is big enough to handle burly monstrous prep jobs, but is thin enough near the tip to tackle detail work. Butch's knives have such a sexy thin grind to them too. I also love the way the knife feels in hand. You can't really adjust your grip, but something about it "just feels right".
    GLWS
    Someone will be very happy with this.
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    I've drempt of having a harner, they look amazing, and appear uber comfy, so beyond me tho, but gorgeous

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    Bump

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    We couldn't twist your arm into doin a passaround with it could we?

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