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    Senior Member Birnando's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxim View Post
    Hehe i know
    But you still have some knives from me on order, i hope they will be finished soon
    Yeah, I'm looking forward to seeing that Shig cleaver...

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    Hej Maxim,

    I was wondering how often do you update your Shig. "limited" stocks (I would love to get my hands on a Gyuto)... I didn't buy one after your return from japan as I have other priorities at the moment...

    mvh

    Vangelis

    PS1. I know you are having a mailing list (I am into it)
    PS2. are you planning for another Dk gathering?

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    Next subscription letter needs more 240mm kasumi western gyutos... ;D
    -"we're gonna make gluten free lasagna"

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    Good to see the cool little single bevel fish knife making its way back

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    I have waited for them long time, they are the coolest pettys i had except Yoshihide western

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    Quote Originally Posted by schanop View Post
    Good to see the cool little single bevel fish knife making its way back ...
    Reading around here a bit, I have never seen this kind of knife mentioned - the fish knife, I think usually called sakana-bocho. I'm guessing it's just a general purpose knife for smaller fish and for fileting. Doesn't look as thick (prices reflect this) compared to a miorishi, let alone a deba. Much like the nakiri is sort of the easy home-use version of a usuba, I'm wondering if this is the low-cost home option for people who don't want to get a deba, yanagiri, etc. Has anyone used one?

    Hello Maxim - are saying that to you, these knives can basically be used as petties?

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    Wrong hand.

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