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    Fu Rin Ka Zan Wi another JCK

    Interesting new line from JCK. Stainless clad white #1.

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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    I like the looks of them, and the price is right. The 210 gyuto is calling out to me...man it's tough not to buy it!
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    They look very similar to the Fuijwaras at EE to me.

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    Oh, I probably should of read about them first before posting...looks like they worked with Teruyasu Fujiwara for these.

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    They look similar to his nashiji line.
    I'm hoping for one of his maboroshi no meito gyutos for Christmas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    I like the looks of them, and the price is right. The 210 gyuto is calling out to me...man it's tough not to buy it!
    +1

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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    Seb, we seem to like a lot of the same knives. We should just purchase 50% of a knife each and ship it back an forth as we please. Haha
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    Damn straight!

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    Not bad for #1....tempting, but a touch thick, maybe?
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    These look great. 174g for a 240mm puts them in the middleweight category, but i'm willing to bet they are thin behind the edge. Very nice price for a hand-forged wa-gyuto of this type.

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