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    Rader 10 inch Gyuto

    Just received my new toy. Its a 10 in Rader gyuto in 1086. Just thought you guys might want to see some pics.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/65555800@N08/6941611473/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/65555800@N08/6795504276/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/65555800@N08/6941620413/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/65555800@N08/6795515034/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/65555800@N08/6941622469/

    I have only had it for a few hours but i cut up some potatoes and it cut very very well. Hardly any sticking. Sorry for the phone pics!

    Mike

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    Great looking knife, congratulations.

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    Pics look fine. Great looking knife.

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    I love that handle.

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    Nice, very nice. Michael does really great work. Enjoy!

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    Very nice, your custom specs? It does not look as tall as his gyutos usually do.

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    Yea Michael's attention to detail is second to nobody. Fit and finish on this thing is totally flawless and Michael was a joy to work with. @ Kalaeb yes it is to my specs but I let Michael do his thing with it. All I asked was a nice convex grind, thin behind the edge, and a nice distal taper. This knife is pretty tall, i don't think as tall as some of his, but a lot taller than my Carter. The added height will take some getting use to.

    Mike

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    Gorgeous knife - congrats and thanks for sharing!

    I'm becoming less and less of a western handle fan, but I LOVE that handle.
    Shibui - simplicity devoid of unnecessary elements

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    JEEZ that's nice!

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