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    Senior Member Benuser's Avatar
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    I use a Robert Herder carbon peeler, and Misono Swedish and Hiromoto G3 150mm petties. No need for a parer.
    Please note a peeler has an inversed geometry.

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    I have multiple sab's and the zk - zk all the way. I would really like to try out a Del at some point though.

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    Early Ealy birds beak. Very much, and by far. Bought his new style and it just wasnt the same, so sent it off to a soldier stationed in Japan as a Christmas gift, and he really loves it. The earlier ones are snubbier and beefier and are really badass. Cant wait to try out Kato Workhorse paring when Maxim gets the shipment, that steel is amazeballs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quantumcloud509 View Post
    Early Ealy birds beak. Very much, and by far. Bought his new style and it just wasnt the same, so sent it off to a soldier stationed in Japan as a Christmas gift, and he really loves it. The earlier ones are snubbier and beefier and are really badass. Cant wait to try out Kato Workhorse paring when Maxim gets the shipment, that steel is amazeballs.
    Thought the OP wanted a thinner knife. Ealy new style is a wedger...don't know about old ones.

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    Harner/McLean, hands down. Butch should really think about putting these into production on a regular basis.
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    Yoshikane V2 with burnt chestnut octagonal handle from Maxim. Win.
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    Y'all are gonna laugh- Spyderco paring knife. What can I say, I like how it feels in my hand.

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    An Eden VG10 parer. Best £25 I ever spent

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    New style Ealy is seeing a lot of use since it showed up. Needs a little bit of thinning but it still cuts great as-is and feels perfect in the hand for paring duties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nmko View Post
    Lefty's designed Butch Harner XHP parer... nuff said.
    do you know where i can see or buy this ?

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