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    Takeda Gyuto/Santoku and double ground narrow deba $125 each

    Probably like a lot of people here I'm always looking to try something new, which means I end up with a lot of good knives I'm not really using. These are a couple.
    Not sure what to call the larger knife other than a hybrid gyuto/santoku 215 mm long heal to point.
    The other is a heavier roughly 5/32-inch thick double ground deba type knife 195 mm long. The maker told me it was for cutting up chickens and meat when I bought it but I have a couple of other knives that serve the same function.
    $125 each and I will pay postage to anywhere in the U.S. Click image for larger version

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    PM sent

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    Hands off the Gyu-toku, don!

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    pm sent

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    Who was first? I sent a PM too

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    You guys are jerks.

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    Gyuto/santoku has sold.
    This is my first time selling here so hopefully I'm following proper protocol. The first PM offering what I asked for the knife got it.

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    I just took a break from working for a few hours. What timing, eh?

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    Great timing! Nicely done, Eamon.

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