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    Carter 6.7sun Funayuki

    Selling my stainless clad,white steel, 6.7sun/205mm Fukugozai Funayuki.This one is extra wide 55mm at the heel. The knife has seen very little use thats why I am selling. asking $220.00 delivered in con US
    Thanks for looking, Mike

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    I bet it would sell if you threw one of your handles on it!
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    Hey Lefty,
    I thought about that too, but I am just a novice handle maker and have no idea how it would hold up if a pro were to buy the knife.

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    Mike, I believe any handle you make has got to be better than the standard one Murray puts on his SFGZ knives.

    Rick

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    Rick ya dont like plastic ferrules and what is that... balsa wood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhenry View Post
    Rick ya dont like plastic ferrules and what is that... balsa wood?
    I'm not quite sure, but my best guess is poplar. It's a real shame that such great blades come with such poor handles.

    You might try offering the knife with a choice of a one of your handles that are the right size for the funayuki and see if that gets any action.

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    Now that's a great idea!
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    SOLD!!! Thanks KKF

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