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    Senior Member The Edge's Avatar
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    I'm definitely interested in trying the knife out!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post
    Beautiful blade and handle......Great snag Matt
    Thanks, Mario. Yes it is, but.....It's not my only great snag, thanks to you and others.....

    There are some incredibly talented artists here. And I really do think of y'all as artists.......... Best thing is, ya'll make functional art. I appreciate both the functional and artistic aspects. I think we all do.....if we didn't, we wouldnt have damascus blades, handles of teeth, mokume, silver, exotic woods, burled this and exotic that. Personally, I can't wait to see what you'll come up with next.

    Just my opinion.

    Matt

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    Interested in trying this out.

    Mike, I can't wait to see what you have coming. May it be a great expense of knives.

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    Mike this is a real nice looking knife. My very first thought when seeing the finished version is a Fish handled Carter funayuki. It's very nice to my eyes.

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    Thanks guys, i hugely appreciate it

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    I also would like to add, that i am excited to see what you guys think about the performance of this knife, as it is my 4th gyuto, and i need the feedback. Until i made the Gyuto for Mark, i had only seen them in a picture, and then, only one. I enjoy making kitchen knives, and have every intention of continuing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Mike this is a real nice looking knife. My very first thought when seeing the finished version is a Fish handled Carter funayuki. It's very nice to my eyes.
    I'm not saying I said it first, but I might have once mentioned the reason I got Mike to make me my knives (3 an counting) is because his work reminds me of Carter.
    You're bang on, Dave. Fish handled Carter, for sure!
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    Hey guess what steel takes a legendary patina?

    W2!



    That is one day, AT HOME, folks.

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    God I wish I bought that knife!

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    Weird, my 98mm slicer...I mean necker that Mike made hardly has any patina after eight whole hours of having it....





    I think I have a problem. I get a necker and still use it in the kitchen.
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