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    You guys are making me feel guilty about my pricing on those two knives. All I can say is Takeda has raised his prices a LOT in the last few years. I bought all the knives I have from him sometime ago. These days I think he wonders why I always stop and look but never actually spend money at his table in Atlanta.

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    Is that gyuto AS/super blue, or #2??
    The handle is what makes me ask....

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    They are both stamped AS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noodle Soup View Post
    You guys are making me feel guilty about my pricing on those two knives. All I can say is Takeda has raised his prices a LOT in the last few years. I bought all the knives I have from him sometime ago. These days I think he wonders why I always stop and look but never actually spend money at his table in Atlanta.
    I didn't even know he goes to Blade. All the more reason to visit, I guess.

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    And when is Blade? Forgive my ignorance.

    I can get to Hartfield-Jackson without breaking a sweat.

    ETA: Never mind. I'm not that lazy; I just checked. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noodle Soup View Post
    You guys are making me feel guilty about my pricing on those two knives.
    I think its awesome when guys put great deals in the BST...
    It shows a sense of family value, and not just needing to make a quick buck. Great trend!
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