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    No shame really. Lamson does a pretty decent job, I hear.

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    Senior Member TamanegiKin's Avatar
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    Picked up a few things recently.
    Misono 240 Swedish gyuto(going out for rehandle)
    Carter 6.9 sun funayuki
    Gengetsu 180 SS petty

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    nice knifes and stone )

    how its Gengetsu cutting compared with Carter ?

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    um that isn't a stone, its the scales he will be using for the rehandle.
    Chewie's the man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    um that isn't a stone, its the scales he will be using for the rehandle.
    Hehe... He wouldn't be the first to mistake a block of burl for a stone. Same dimensions, more or less.

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    Awesome. Love my misono swede. Will be sending it to Dave for a re-handle as soon as I get my hunk of red eye koa.

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    Same question as gentlecook about the performance difference between the gengetsu and the carter...also what type of wood is that--maybe dyed maple?
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinacats View Post
    Same question as gentlecook about the performance difference between the gengetsu and the carter...also what type of wood is that--maybe dyed maple?
    I'm probably missing something here... But why the curiosity of comparing these two knives? it wouldn't have occurred to me before to compare these blade profiles... What am I missing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    I'm probably missing something here... But why the curiosity of comparing these two knives? it wouldn't have occurred to me before to compare these blade profiles... What am I missing?
    Though I know the knives are different profile/type, I know how the Carter cuts and curious if the Gengetsu is in the same league (I happen to think it may be). Aside from that, I have been eyeing a Gengetsu 180 petty myself and haven't had the opportunity to try one yet, though I will be giving their gyuto a go on a passaround soon.
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    haven't checked this thread in awhile, and just stumbled across this... HOLY ****.... I'm not a big fan of integrals, but I'd give Rosie O'donnel the business if it meant I'd assume ownership of this knife upon completion...

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