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    OK, Del, where's the santoku?

    Rick

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    Damn Del! Those are nice! The new Gyuto is my favorite so far! Great work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    Amboynia is quickly becoming a favorite wood of mine. Looks great on that nakiri. Is that your first nakiri?
    Yes this is my first nakiri.
    Thanks Guys for all the compliments.
    Del

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    OK, Del, where's the santoku?

    Rick
    I started work on a santoku, but I wasn't happy with the design, time for more research.
    Del

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    I have stored away my few gyutos and rely on my el-cheapo nakiri and cleaver these days. Your nakiri is pretty sweet -- wish it was in my price range :-(
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    Very nice! The last one was my favorite.

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    Good looking knives. I really like the steel on them, especially the first two.

    David

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    Holy smokes, that nakiri looks great! Really makes me wish for a few extra fistfulls of spending money....
    - Erik

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    Really nice Del. I've always liked black palm used in that way.

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