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    What's wrong with hanging a steak knife from your neck?

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    That's a big necker!

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    Yeah, it's more of an everything/utility knife for working in the shop/yard/at home. The "actual" necker is even smaller - maybe 2/3rds the size.

    I'm assuming the pic you posted, Eamon, is of "The Gyuto"(?) How did it perform???
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    Aw... Let's not rob Bulldog of his thunder (unless he want us to).

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    Yeah, he asked me to review it. I'll give thoughts on it after I sharpen it.

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    Ok.
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    I will let you know when the pass around starts

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    Yeah, he asked me to review it. I'll give thoughts on it after I sharpen it.
    Hurry!

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    Great! I'm in Canada, so you might want to put mr at the end, just in case of any slow downs at the border...or kick me out (please don't! Haha)
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    You guys kill me...i am nervous and excited all at the same time lol. I really hope this cuts as well as i think it did for me. Eamon,you have to love W2 if not for the amazing hamon's, then for the crazy fast patinas lol.

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    Wow....I didn't recognize this as being the knife Mike made the first time I saw this. That is some patina. I'm liking it. Matt

    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Hey guess what steel takes a legendary patina?

    W2!



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