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    Yamawaku Nakiri

    5 people, as selected by me. You MUST be a person with some "history", or just be a cool dude. I'm sick of writing threatening messages to get knives sent forward.
    I think I only have one pic, so here it is. BUT, you all know what a Nakiri looks like, and it has a burnt chestnut handle. It's a crappy pic, so for that, I'm sorry. Haha



    The only stipulation, really is that you can't keep it for too log, cuz Scott deserves his new knife!

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    Well, I'm curious and would like to try it out If there are a lot of folks who want to try this though, have someone who's new to nakiri take my spot
    Len

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    I would love to try out a Nakari. 4 days max (unless the 4th day ends up being on a sat) is all I would keep it. Can't keep a man from his new knife for very long.

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    I would be very interested in this also, although I will be out of town for most of June, so I'm not sure if the timing would work out.
    - Erik

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    I have this knife. It's super easy to sharpen and holds an edge pretty well.
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    Nobody else is curious about a Yamawaku? Dang, you guys suck!

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    I'd like very much to give it a spin. I'm a big nakiri fan and as I've posted before, I use mine for the majority of my knife work in the kitchen. Don't have any real depth of experience with other makers though and would welcome the opportunity to try something new.

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    I'd like to give it a shot.

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    I am interested, but honestly didn't respond at first because I felt bad keeping someone away from their new knife even for a few days.

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    Definitely curious. Maybe the last stop? very pretty knife.
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