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    Kono 240 rehandled

    Konosuke HD 240 was the first Japanese gyuto that I bough. It feels like it was ages ago, yet in fact less then half a year have passed since. And it feels like ages my Konosuke was laying around without handle, cause I failed with rehandling several times. Now this is my third handle for this knife. Finally I'm pretty happy with how it went, so why not share some photos.

    Same coffee beans as last time and beautiful wood from Mark Farley.






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    Nice job!
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    Beautiful handle

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    Looks great!

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    That looks really nice!!

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    Holy progress your making there. I definetely see some blades travelling your way for new shoes in the future


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    Very nice. I should know better but at first I thought that was Koa.
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    Beautiful work! Hope I can bring my work up to that standard.

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    That looks very good!

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    Thanks for the comments!

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenMad View Post
    Beautiful work! Hope I can bring my work up to that standard.
    Well, your standards are already pretty high

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