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    Finger .. on .. trigger .. must ... resist ...

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    Self denial is self destructive!

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    Awe dang, I been eyeing a stainless 210 petty for a while. too slow!

    That's a good deal on the gyuto especially considering the sharp edges are gone and the edge has no doubt been seen to.

    And that Dreamcraft is stunning, I wish I had a use in the world for it.
    I know you have a handful of nice yanagi this size, but it still saddens me when somebody parts with a beauty like this.
    -Enjoy the ride. *** All statements made herein are my personal opinion and nothing more, regardless of tone or context. ***

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    This is the best gyuto for the money. Ichimonji's quality is great and so is the fit and finish. I am contemplating getting this, even though I have the same exact knife, other than a custom handle and a reprofiled choi. Forget all the other flavor of the month gyuto. This is the best thing, even for some gyutos north of $500. Someone gotta pick it up for this price.

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    TKC gyuto still here, Yanagi still here. More pictures by request.






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    I forgot, the yanagi also has a fancy wooden box. Ooooooh.


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    Damn it, the box just might push me over the edge!

    Still mulling, still hoping someone will remove the temptation.
    Len

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    Me too. Someone needs to buy that TKC before I do. Please, help me out here.

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    Go for it. Best practical knife period.

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    Ya, I've had a couple people say they are interested in the TKC in PM, but when I respond I've heard nothing back.

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