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    My new stone :)

    I got my self a new stone surprise surprise...

    Atagoyama kiita 210mm 80mm 65 mm

    And of course i had to make a video of my first use


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    at 3:06... i think it's flat :-)

    I love that whispery skritch of a really good stone.

    where did you get that from if I may ask?

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    I take always 2 or 3 mm of these old stones. This one is very old and was at the store shelf very long time with dust fat flying around It helps to take first layer off and remove kanji on stone.

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    Nuff said.

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    That's a beautiful brick, Maksim! Thanks for the video (and all your others, too)

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    Hi heirkb

    Welcome in !

    Now you are also knife nut

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxim View Post
    Hi heirkb

    Welcome in !

    Now you are also knife nut
    Thanks Maxim. I've just been reading and watching videos non stop! Thanks to you and a few other guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxim View Post
    This one is very old and was at the store shelf very long time with dust fat flying around
    You have access to a store where natural Japanese stones sit around collecting dust???

    I really do live in the sticks...

    Great video!

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    Japan gets lighter - Denmark gets heavier....one stone at a time.

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    Ha Ha .. I try to rip them for their knives too

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