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    Thanks very much.
    There is every possible chance, this steel is quite stable at 62hrc. I have only used it this hard for razors though and in san mai with mild steel.

    This is actually my first mono-steel blade. I thought I wouldn't be interested enough to polish mono-steel. But I really enjoyed doing this one and could really see me using one like it myself. So there will be more.

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    I have done a little video for you of some preparation for my Sunday lunch today. I really like the way this knife cuts, despite my bad techniques at times.

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    That is a really nice looking knife! Seems to perform pretty well also.

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    Is that stereolab in the background?

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    Yep, it was radio 6 playing some old John Peel selections.
    And thanks Mike

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    PM sent.

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    Sale pending, thanks folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbybrocks View Post
    I have done a little video for you of some preparation for my Sunday lunch today. I really like the way this knife cuts, despite my bad techniques at times.
    Nice vegetable stew you fixed yourself up with.
    The knife performs pretty well.

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    Thanks Marko, was my turn to cook sunday roast. I did lemony roast chicken and chilli/paprika roast potatoes, gravy was a bit spicy too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Nice vegetable stew you fixed yourself up with.
    I do a lot of stuff like that only my chunks are a lot smaller. More cuts make me more happy.

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