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    Gesshin 400 BACK IN STOCK

    Some of you thought it would never happen, but it has... the gesshin 400's are finally back in stock. I'm putting up most of them for sale, but keeping a few on hand to make sure the people who have been waiting for them patiently will also be able to get them before they sell out. I keep ordering more and more each time, but they somehow keep going.

    Anyways... here's the link:

    http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/...rit-stone.html


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    Senior Member ThEoRy's Avatar
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    Seriously, BUY IT!!
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    ......This is a must have stone!

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    Just put my order in for one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Fed View Post
    Just put my order in for one...
    Got it today. Talk about fast shipping. 2 days cross country. As always awesome customer care/ support from jon. Couldn't ask for more. I've never felt like I've personally known someone that owns an online store, but with Jon and Dave that couldn't be farther from the truth. Any way, I just used this stone to sharpen up my 210 yanagiba in blue 2 and I must say this is one pretty sweet coarse stone. It cuts faaaaaast and doesn't dish very quickly, also it doesn't have that nails on a chalkboard feel that I've come to expect from coarser stones. It really does feel like a stone of higher grit in use. It's love at the first stroke ;x no pun intended. If you're on the fence about getting the Gesshin 400, don't be. Get it. You won't regret it. I'm glad I waited for it to come back in stock. =)

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    Man, I just used the 400 again tonight. I was going through the whole progression on a brand new knife, and the 400 is a lovely, lovely stone. Cuts fast - hell, that's its job! ... and it does it really well - and feels really nice. Absolutely glad I have it on-hand
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    Want to buy one. Gave you a call for some other advice and to buy one. PM me. Thanks.

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    Sorry, looks like your day off. I will just order it and worry about the rest later. Hope you enjoy your day.

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    pm me your number and i can give you a call if you'd like to talk about the stone or something else

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