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    270 sanmai gyuto for sale

    stainless PM core, very thin at the edge

    Iron wood handle with black papper micarta ferrule

    This is a very nice knife. Those who are using knives out of this steel report that it is possibly the best steel for a kitchen knife. I also love this steel.

    Price is $810.00 shipped conus.

    Hoss
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    Senior Member Johnny.B.Good's Avatar
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    Stunning Devin.

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    Very nice indeed...

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    Is that the super-duper wear resistant stuf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin0505 View Post
    Is that the super-duper wear resistant stuf?
    No, Devin's super wear resistant steel is different, more of a carbon/semi tool steel, this is powdered stainless steel. Both are fantastic, I would have a hard time choosing between them. This one probably gets a bit sharper easier than the SWR and the SWR stays sharper a bit longer, but the differences are negligible and your use and sharpening ability would have more affect than the differences in the steels.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    If you don't have a DT in your kitchen then you must be unhappy.
    Damn cool as usual Hoss!

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    Dang! My name is comming up any month now, but this is almost to irresistable. Awesome price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    ...the differences are negligible and your use and sharpening ability would have more affect than the differences in the steels.
    I dunno, man. I think the pm stainless in the advertised knife, is MUCH easier to sharpen. It's like AEB-L with a bit more wear resistance, slightly less toughness or edge stability and a little tougher to get uber-sharp. If I didn't already have several knives made out of this steel, I'd get this one in a heartbeat. I might still get this one.

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    I don't know how much longer I can watch this sit here...

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    Hoss, I can't see the cladding line on these pics. It's not a big deal but it would certainly look cooler.

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