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    All this food talk is making me hungry.

    Here is the bolster after some shaping.


    More shaping and hand sanding.


    If I fits, I sits.
    Ian H. Rogers
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    Ian, that bolster looks great.

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    I have just got an email from Ian, you know, THAT one Expect some photos soon!

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    Finished product:











    Ian H. Rogers
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    Looks great Ian

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    What handle style is that?

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    Custom gyuto by Ian Rogers - the process

    You know, I really like Ian's style. It's one of the things that attracted me in the first place. Hope to see mine soon . Let me know how it preforms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rami_m View Post
    What handle style is that?
    It is hidden tang octagonal handle - taller than wider. Full tang would have required (according to Ian) slightly taller blade and made the knife more butt heavy (the second is my guess)

    Once I have it in my hands I will definitely make a review and share it here.

    @Ian - where is actually the center of mass of the knife?

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    Thats a beauty Ian!

    This is going to be so much fun to use Matus, you probably can't wait to get your hands on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matus View Post
    It is hidden tang octagonal handle - taller than wider. Full tang would have required (according to Ian) slightly taller blade and made the knife more butt heavy (the second is my guess)

    Once I have it in my hands I will definitely make a review and share it here.

    @Ian - where is actually the center of mass of the knife?
    Balance is between the "R" and the "N" on the logo. Weight is ~244 grams.
    Ian H. Rogers
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