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    250 mm S35VN Gyuto

    As per the title... A full day in the shop, but got it finished!

    Customer requested a "sleeper" Hope this fits the bill!

    250 mm S35VN Gyuto, at HRC 61.5-62 Spine and choil rounded

    Dovetailed stainless bolsters, slim profile

    Scales are G10, with white G10 liners, and a pair of mosaics. I was gonna do one, but thought this would look unique.

    Thanks for looking!







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    That's a beauty!

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    Awesome Pierre!
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    Wow... that's mesmerizing! Beautiful work Pierre

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    I really really like it, but you already knew that.
    09/06

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    Wow, that is nice!

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    Slick

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    Twin pins! Like the ass end of a sports car. Probably performs just as well too!
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    That is one slick looking blade!

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    Looks very very nice Pierre.
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