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    Coming down the pike

    AEB-L short gyutos and parers.




    A banno bunka iteration:

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    Those look very nice! Bunka has very interesting lines.

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    Would it have a single or double bevel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rami_m View Post
    Would it have a single or double bevel?
    As far as I know, banno bunka is usually double bevel. It's like a santoku with different tip.

    Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
    I see, I like, I cut!

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    What size (length and height of the blade) will the banno bunka have? I have a Koishi ko-bunka from Masakage nd it is a great little knife. Very practical blade shape.

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    This iteration is 170 length and 42 high at the heel. I like that BB's have a relatively flat edge profile and the tip has steep geometry which should increase strength there.
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    Three suji's and three 240 gyutos. The clay covered are 1095 post thermal cycling.

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    Picked up my custom grinder this week and a custom 14" wheel came in. This beast is sooooo quiet.

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    are those gyutos a new profile? I like em!

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    Yes, new profile.
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