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    summertime-time for the big stuff a 270 gyuto

    270 gyuto
    california buckeye and lacewood
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    Awesome Del! Hey isn't this your first 270mm?

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    Yes, this is the first 270.
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    Is that the lacewood I gave you? It's great looking along with the buckeye burl!

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    Yes it is, I had it stabilized and I wondered how it would look.
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    looks great!

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    Nice work, Del, very nice.

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    Love it! That thing is BEAST!

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    Del, your blade profile certainly works in 240, but in 270 it acquires a whole new level of sleekness and aesthetic balance. You should make this size a staple. This is one of the nicest new knives I've seen in a long time, and I hope it gets a good home from a forum member who can tell us if the performance matches the appearance!

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    Del, all your knives are fantastic.

    how much do these sell for?
    it seems my dream right now is to own one of your knives

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