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    Fujiwara FKM 240 mm Stainless Western Deba

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    Selling a virtually new Fujiwara FKM Stainless 240 Western Deba, its in as new condition and has never been sharpened or honed, its been used a handful of times and that's it. To look at it you will think your have received a new knife. The reason im selling is that i thought all western debas were double beveled, this knife is pretty much single, it has a slight bevel but its something like 95/5 right handed.

    Im asking $95 CONUS shipped paypal included which is a 35%+ saving on a new one, a good deal i beleive for a knife thats as new and only a few weeks old. The knife is perfect and has very good F&F
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    I'm tempted. Seriously though, it would take a few minutes to convert it to a 50-50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    I'm tempted. Seriously though, it would take a few minutes to convert it to a 50-50.
    It looks like it's actually a single bevel grind, no? ( 3rd pic)
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    It looks like an asymmetric grind and bevel to me. If it was single beveled, it wouldn't be western.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    It looks like it's actually a single bevel grind, no? ( 3rd pic)
    I think Tinh is talking about changing the edge to 50-50, not the grind. Changing the grind would take quite a bit of time.

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    Sold pending funds

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