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Thread: Shun Kramer Meiji SG2 Thinning & Etch Job - #2

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    Shun Kramer Meiji SG2 Thinning & Etch Job - #2

    I got another Shun Kramer Meiji SG2 knife in for refurb. This one needed repairs to the edge, tip, and then blade thinning.








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    Amazing work Dave, almost makes me wish I hadn't sold my Shun

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    Very inspiring Dave! And again it's odd that the pattern by the handle is so noticeably changed by this!

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    Man, it looked like it was used as a machete. Yikes. The re-work is downright beautiful.

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    Looks really nice Dave, did they admit how it happened?

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    This thread makes me wanna buy such knife. Awesome work Dave

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    That's a nice looking can opener you fixed there Dave!
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    I'll be sending mine to Dave as soon as Stefan completes a handle for my Kono Ginsanko wide bevel that Dave will be mounting and tuning up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    I'll be sending mine to Dave as soon as Stefan completes a handle for my Kono Ginsanko wide bevel that Dave will be mounting and tuning up.

    Thanks

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    Hi Dave, beautifully done mate! Being new to japanese knives I can't really yet fathom how much time and work that must take. Awesome!

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