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    FS: Mike Davis mini gyuto, Harner X Lefty parer, Kaneshige Takohiki

    It pains me to do this but my new position at work has meant less knife time and so begins my sell off and downsizing. These knives have seen VERY little use and price includes PP fees AND shipping to USA. OZ people PM me for cost+postage if interested.

    First up:

    125mm Mike Davis western mini gyuto 15n20 Carbon flamed box elder cut, cured and fitted by mike & includes a dodgy homemade forrest oak saya. Has a slight patina on it which i can remove. Not very reactive at all... Son's photos btw. $200USD shipped




    Butch Harner X Tom Mclean parer Curly Koa. $170USD shipped
    I own 2 of these parers and the other is in a necker sheath i wear at work 90% of the time - ITS THAT GOOD. Im sure more people can attest to this. Ive used many parers and this one just edges them all out at everything. Its in Curly Koa and has a dark appearance with apparent rings and patches of light grains. It has a few VERY light scratches on the face of the blade from usage and can easily be worked out. I made a little kydex sheath for it which it will ship with. No pic as no camera on hand

    Kaneshige Sakimaru Takobiki 270mm + saya ( lightly etched as it was a tad reactive in my 2 uses...) Rosewood and ebony handle ( i beleive??) $200USD shipped
    perfect condition - never sharpened used twice for 2 minutes...



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    Mini gyuto is so adorable and so bad *** at the same time! Especially with Mike's logo. Why do the awesome knives come on sale after I spend my budget? :-/

    That said, what's the size of the Harner? Maybe I'll sell something!

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    I would like to take the Harner...PM sent

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    PM on the sakimaru

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    Oops. I need to sleep more. 125mm hah! Good luck banjo! Hope you got it. This way I can't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavination View Post
    Oops. I need to sleep more. 125mm hah! Good luck banjo! Hope you got it. This way I can't!
    Actually, the Davis mini gyuto is 125mm. I have a Harner/McClean parer, and the blade is ~90mm, IIRC. Nice knife.

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    Ok so, Harner parer is 90mm. And reserved temporarily...
    The Davis is also reserved
    Kaneshige Takohiki is SPF

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    Kaneshige sold.
    Thanks KKF!

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    Harner X Lefty parer SPF

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddnmd View Post
    Actually, the Davis mini gyuto is 125mm. I have a Harner/McClean parer, and the blade is ~90mm, IIRC. Nice knife.
    Right. That's the one I was asking about originally was the parer. Thanks Todd haha! Sleep deprivation. Made me forget the knife I was looking at. In my defense, that Davis is mighty purty. Got sidetracked. Shiny!

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