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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    So then...this isn't mine?
    It shouldn't be, if you are referring to a block I used, or what are you referring to? It is hard for me to keep track of forum handles and actual names of the owners.


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    Beautiful work as usual, the grain of the ironwood is so pretty.

    I'm really glad i signed up for a kasumi 240, i know it's going to be a stunner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    It shouldn't be, if you are referring to a block I used, or what are you referring to? It is hard for me to keep track of forum handles and actual names of the owners.
    I'm referring to the knife I have on order, which is also a 240mm Shigefusa kitaeji gyuto with Ironwood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    I'm referring to the knife I have on order, which is also a 240mm Shigefusa kitaeji gyuto with Ironwood.
    Oh, this Craig. Sorry. I need to make a list.

    The knife is here.

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    A cocobolo/black walnut set for 210 Shigefusa gyuto.

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    Hey! Is that my 210?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9mmbhp View Post
    Hey! Is that my 210?
    No, yours have a funky patina. However, it will look very similar, as I am using same materials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    No, yours have a funky patina. However, it will look very similar, as I am using same materials.

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    Yeah it does, I'm the third owner and it has seen some use.

    I'm looking forward to having it back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    A cocobolo/black walnut set for 210 Shigefusa gyuto.

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    Marko, knife arrived home today (posted from USA Friday, arrived Sydney Aus. Tues morn), and what a beauty. Great job. I particularly like the saya having no pin. As you slide the blade in, you feel it almost 'click' in over the last inch. Perfect fit & finish. Looks sleeker without a pin IMO.
    Def worth the wait, Im a big fan!!

    Thanks again,
    Josh

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    Thank Josh, I am glad you liked the set.

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