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    WTBorrow: Del Ealy Gyuto

    Anyone willing to let me borrow theirs for a week or so? A 230 or 240 would be preferred but a 210 would work as well. I want to get a feel for the profile. I will not take the knife to work. I will treat it like a baby. I will gladly cover shipping.

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    Forgot to mention I am also happy to let you borrow my Martell as collateral. It's a 240 in O-1 and it looks like this.

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    God luck. That Martell is beautiful!

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    I have one of del's new line knives if that has any interest for you.

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    That is a beautiful Martell blade. I do have a del floating around. I just sent it to someone from a Knife Library thread a long time ago. You are more than welcome to that knife when the present borrower is done with it. Just let me know, and I will arrange for shipping it onward. I think it is more around 250mm though.

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    I may have something for you, but I won't be home until Sunday. What's your time window?
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    Sent you a PM yesterday. I've got one, if you wanna try it let me know.
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