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    Nice. Especially since i know where some of these are heading....

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    Your sayas blow my mind Marko. I picked up a Watanabe Kiri that you outfitted for Rick, and I always marvel at the saya before and after my shifts.
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    Glad to see lots of people are picking up 225mm petty/sujis from you; it's a knife that can do so many things well...

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    A couple of souped up practice knives. J. D handle reground for a left-hand use.

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    And now with tracking number!


    Thanks! i've got a box ready to be sealed up for shipping to Europe...

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    Practice 180mm Tall Petty

    This is not really a practice knife (though it is a little thinner than how I grind now), though I offered it as one to one of mine patient customer.

    Comes with a meiji style D handle. Redwood burl, African blackwood ferrule and nickel silver cap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    A couple of souped up practice knives. J. D handle reground for a left-hand use.

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    The smaller one has been used extensively. It is truly a performer. And the steel (52100), while slow in taking a patina, is very good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinW View Post
    The smaller one has been used extensively. It is truly a performer. And the steel (52100), while slow in taking a patina, is very good!
    Music to my ears.


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    I am behind on reviews and pics, but they will come...

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    That petty is sooooooooo awesome Marko!
    Looks unbelievable.
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