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    That's what I get for waiting till morning to check out your response on steel choice, well as I said she is a beautiful knife and someone is very lucky.

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    Yeah. This one might have the best profile of any Devin suji I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Yeah. This one might have the best profile of any Devin suji I've seen.
    you have seen more than most...

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    That is a great knife and great price. Lucky buyer.

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    Hoss,

    Thought you (and others) might like to see pics of the patina the edge took. Oddly, the stainless cladding took some patination as well.

    Rick






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    Sweet. What did you cut to get that?

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    Rick: love your taste in knives

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    Sweet. What did you cut to get that?
    London broil, medium rare. I left the knife unwiped until we finished dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    Rick: love your taste in knives
    Øivind, I think we share that taste.

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    Cool thanks Rick. The stainless is more resistant to staining when the core heat treats at a higher temperature, like stainless PM. Meats are hard on steels, especially when they have been brined.

    Hoss

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