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    takes a beating and never complains


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    I use my Dragon all the time too. Never fear, never chips, cuts better than new after all this time.

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    If you're going through hell, keep going.

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    I've almost considered putting a halfway decent edge on it.

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    @paulraphael hey, maybe we need look at it as a tool that has been made appropriate for the job, rather than an inappropriate one shoehorned into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeByA1000Cuts View Post
    @paulraphael hey, maybe we need look at it as a tool that has been made appropriate for the job, rather than an inappropriate one shoehorned into it.
    No argument from me. I'm just sayin', that's an enviable beater!

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    That makes me think back to when I got that knife. It was a GIANT purchase. Better part of a decade ago.
    If you're going through hell, keep going.

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    it's a tall suji now

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    That's how gyutos end if well maintained -- nothing wrong with that.

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    Which begs the question, why even buy a suji in the first place?

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    I always have a masakage mizu with me if I need a beater knife. They are cheap, nice edge and I love the profile. I already done with two of them and I am starting with my 3 th. 😊


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