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  1. #201
    oh man...busy watching the walking dead and this forum. :-)

  2. #202
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    yeah, now Vikings

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    Oh, boy. Did I make it? You guys are quick.

  4. #204
    Thanks everybody. I will post the update first thing tomorrow morning.

    M


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  5. #205
    OK, I looked at my PM and at the posts in the forum. Basically, first I'll take it in either places would have secured the knife. Thanks everybody. Those who got the knives, I will contact you on PM.


    Practice knives
    At $1/mm w/out handles
    SanLuigi 225mm suji 52100
    Jmac 225mm suji 52100
    Chefdog 225mm suji 52100 (tall, can be used as utility knife as well)
    Anton 240mm gyuto (Sab like, if I were to convert it to more like Shige, it will be 225mm)
    AndrewH 170mm petty
    samuelpeter 170mm petty
    herbk 170mm AEB-L petty

    $1.40/mm offered with cocobolo D handles
    marc4pt0 260mm 52100 suji - thin suji with some flex. Could be good for fileting fish, or where flex is beneficial. Flex is in the first half of the blade only.
    Anton 150mm petty in 52100

    Stock knives
    $1.50/mm w/colobolo handle
    Orange 225mm suji in AEB-L

    Don Watanabe honesuki -225


    Still Available 240mm Shigefusa Kitaeji gyuto - $700 w/out handle


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  6. #206
    hooray, I look forward to it.
    Thank you!!

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    thinning my herd to make room for this bad boy.
    have a feeling that Marc+Marko suji= happy.

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    Senior Member Chefdog's Avatar
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    Finally, I was quick enough to get one I wanted! Now to decide what to unload...

  9. #209
    People keep asking me what's up with the practice knives and why they are priced differently from customs. I think I have answered this on a number of occasions, but basically these are my earlier knives, in a good steel with a good HT. I will regrind and refinish them, and though they will be on a thinner side, they will perform on par or better than many knives out there.

    I can't bring to discard them as they have a lot of work in them already. From a business stand point it doesn't make a lot of sense, but for me personally, I would be happier to know that these knives find homes. Plus, I want you guys feel like you got a good deal and I recognize that not everybody can spend $400+ on a knife, so hopefully some of these could make to these folks.


    Thanks,

    M


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    Senior Member marc4pt0's Avatar
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    no, thank You good sir. I wasn't sure if HT and grind were of your current "format" or not. (in Phil Collins sing-song) but now I know....

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