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    ZK Meiji

    Just saw the new ZK Meiji on the SLT website. I'm intrigued by the looks. Anyone out there to comment on performance?

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    Too bad they aren't carbon.

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    Yeah, a 52100 option would be nice
    Nice looking knives though
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    wow the 10" looks massive...

    ... very tall I mean


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    I have been waiting/hoping for a meiji carbon version for quite some time. I was kind of sad to see this stainless Damascus version. Still curious to see one, but as of now it looks to be online sells only. Sigh

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    Too bad for the lefties out there

    They look neat otherwise

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    Saw these a little while ago, I personally like the looks of the Meiji more than the Euroline, may check it out if it becomes available in Canada, but would also prefer carbon

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    I have a 6" from the WS Meiji line with SG2 cores. Love the knife. Would consider an 8" SLT Meiji if I get a coupon or see them discounted close to a $200 price point. The profile just works, the handle is comfortable for righties, its decent for a production blade. I don't know much about the FC61 steel though.
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    I remember reading here somewhere that it's a fancy name for AEB-L. Don't know if that's true or not though

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolidSnake03 View Post
    Too bad for the lefties out there

    They look neat otherwise
    I'm not sure. As a lefty, I prefer to use d-handles fitted for right handers.

    If they decided though to go with an asymmetric grind on these then I would be sad.

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