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    This weeks choices.

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    Here's my kit d'jour:







    My apologies for the crappy photos.
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    Nice!

    Looks like you will need a new fillet knife soon though.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    How do you like that Bark River carving knife?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    Nice!

    Looks like you will need a new fillet knife soon though.
    That's my pismo and veal rack shank.

    Quote Originally Posted by so_sleepy View Post
    How do you like that Bark River carving knife?
    Used it a couple of times...still got the factory edge. Bad geometry...too thick. Gonna switch it back out for the Forschner.
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    looks like you all have some awesome tools

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    Yeah...it gets the job done.
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    Thought I'd do my bit to keep this thread interesting. A quick picture of my current rotation shoved untidily into my roll



    Mac rod, Global parer, Inazuma petty I never use, FH Gyuto, JCK KV8 in saya, peeler, Victorinox boning knife, Sakai Ichimonji Kichikuni kama usuba, Sakai Yusuke 210 petty

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    This is a good thread, let's raise it from the grave!
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    Man, these setups are wicked awesome...

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