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Thread: Gyuto Mario

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    Very nice Mario!!! Looks good.


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    You love your tomato destruction. Great end comment. High praise.

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    Great job, Mario -

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    Is a name change to "Super Mario" in order?

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    Great vid. and a beautiful knife Mario. Or should I say "Super Mario" ?!?!

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    Hi praise indeed.

    Very impressive Mario (looks and performance).

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    Impressive. The force is strong with this one. *the knife force that is

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    Pretty ***** good is right! That's one damn impressive knife.

    Steel? Edge retention?

    Cheers for posting Salty! mpp
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    I used it on Saturday. We had a hors d'oeuvres funeral lincheon at noon then worked service in the PM. Bout a 14 hr shift. (not proud, those days are over) and I worked prep and final service. At the end of the day it was still "sharp". Fine for normal work but not for the refined stuff. That's all I ask out of a knife, 14 hrs. Then it get's touched up.


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