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    Paper knife!

    I received my paper knife today from Mitsuaki-T* by way of the the good people at JKI. To say that I'm floored by every aspect of this little beauty would be an understatement. Design, execution, packaging....all make you really feel the love of his craft that Mitsuaki obviously has in spades. Here's some pics and some size referencing for ya. Thanks Jon and Sara for the top-shelf and personalized customer service

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    Very cool! But how does it do slicing brisket?
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    Yes,very cool little knife.What's it used for? A letter opener?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shankster View Post
    Yes,very cool little knife.What's it used for? A letter opener?
    It's a fancy prison shank. Until I saw the pic with the knife in your hand, I'd didn't realize how tiny they are.

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    The design on the box gives an idea of the purpose.
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    Letters, packages, etc. It's function, for me, will be as a desk knife.

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    Wow, I did not realize how small they were either. Good luck sharpening that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mc2442 View Post
    Wow, I did not realize how small they were either. Good luck sharpening that!
    I doubt he's gonna be breaking down cases of chickens with that knife,a bit of stropping should do the trick..

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    ...or I may use the sharpmaker at 30 deg. for this one as it works great for my pocket knives and this blade is about the same size as well.

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    I've sharpened them by hand with no trouble at all

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