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Thread: Takeda 240mm AS Kiritsuke

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    Takeda 240mm AS Kiritsuke

    Just bought Dave's 270 so I am selling my 240. Used very lightly re-sharpened only once. The handle is two tone spalted maple burl/mammoth ivory spacer/amboyna ferrule.
    $325.00 delivered to ConUS add $10.00 for delivery to Canada
    Thanks Mike
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    I just realized all the pics are of the right hand side of the knife. Here is a pic of the left
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    I WANT ALL YOUR KIRITSUKES!

    someone please buy this!

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    Noooooo... you did not just put something damn tempting in front of me (again).... That's not fair!
    Len

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    Some dims. 45mm tall @ the heel, 40mm tall at the tip,2.80mm thick @heel, 1.31mm @ midpoint, 1.00mm @tip, 245mm edge

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    If I hadn't bought 3 knives in the past few days, I would take this.

    -Chuck

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    For those looking, Mike's handles are hands down superior to standard WAs. If I hadn't just made some purchases myself I would highly consider this, wanting to try both a Takeda and Kiritsuke gyuto.

    Kind Regards

    Bryan

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    Another recommendation for Mike's handles. I have three and they are exceptional.

    Rick

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    A third recommendation for Mike's work. Very crisp, clean, and comfortable handles.

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    reduced to 300.00 bucks.

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