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    I haven't handled any of his, but just watching what he's been doing, it seems like he's doing what the Voodoo Glow Skulls did...they practiced several times a week in a basement for a solid year before their first show and arrived with massive skills.

    His knives seemed right up your alley, Salty.

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    I had to google that.

    http://www.myspace.com/music/player?...e-gun-76263019

    Love the name.

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    Voodoo Glow Skulls are Riverside locals. They play fairly often, but I haven't seen them in years. A couple of them will show up to our house parties every now and then.

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    I also, have one of Mario's gyutos and have been using it a lot lately. I am going to post some dimensions and thoughts in a week or so. Just wanted to use it at work for a while before posting about it. I have been very happy with it so far, it cuts extremely well, gets very sharp, and holds an edge well. I love the shorter profile of the knife.

    -Chuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck239 View Post
    I also, have one of Mario's gyutos and have been using it a lot lately. I am going to post some dimensions and thoughts in a week or so. Just wanted to use it at work for a while before posting about it. I have been very happy with it so far, it cuts extremely well, gets very sharp, and holds an edge well. I love the shorter profile of the knife.

    -Chuck
    I am just happy you are not complaining the handle is to big

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    It would have to be bigger than the barrel of a baseball bat for it to be too big for chuck!

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    It seems the finish on the blade is absolutely immaculate, which would highlight any grind flaws, which are apparently not present! Funny, most customs come with built-in "character"; Mario's knives "character" lies within their perfection..... kudos!
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