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    Great ideas everyone, keep it up. Rodrique is so beautiful. Messermeister - didn't know that would work! I thought some might say a petty. David

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    I really have yet to find a birds beak I like. I like a more forward start at the handle. here is somewhat what I would use. With a longer blade about 2x and larger handle.

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    I would use a petty for just a few or boiling water for many.

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    I would imagine a bird's beak is gonna be best for this. I'd probably use a petty but I can't say I've ever peeled a peach.

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    No suji's? XD

    I'd use boiling water for large amounts and a 150 petty or my global tourne knife, Bit of a shallower, longer curve
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    hmm wonder how you would put a handle on that?

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    My dad had a manual version of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    Sheepsfoot 3 1/2 inch to 4...
    I too like this for peeling about anything.
    Need me one in single-bevel. I wouldn't suggest producing that particular preference to the masses, although it may go over well here.
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