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    Arnon Kartmazov kitchen knives

    Featured in Portland Mix magazine this month. Studied in Japan and makes handforged kitchen knives under the name bridge town forge. Anyone ever heard of him or know about his knives? www.bridgetownforge.com

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    By the looks of it Ryan has a knife either made by him or his teacher in Japan.
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    Senior Member Crothcipt's Avatar
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    That looks cool, but not sure if I would ever use it at work.

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    Knife looks good, geometry not bad/etc but handle must be very uncomfortable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptolemy View Post
    Knife looks good, geometry not bad/etc but handle must be very uncomfortable?
    Not to mention heavy, no?

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    There knives on the website with more normal wood handles and Japanese styles. I was just told he is working on a updated website that will better show his knives.

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    Wow, promising. That's refreshing.

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    his blacksmithing coarse is 390$, I'm sure for someone like me that would be a steal.

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    A lot less than a certain other Japanese trained Portland kitchen knife maker.

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    dave...dont you know by now i've had knives from everyone on the planet
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    viva la revolucion !

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