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    +1 on some more grind photos, what a beauty.
    The handle and saya are rocking



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    That knife is awesome nice score mate

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    Since I do not yet have the knife with me, this is the best photo of the grind I found on the internet.


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    Looks a lot like my fujiyama grind.
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    Maybe when my wife is not around

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    I love it man. I'll bet you'll be sleeping with that thing you're gonna love it so much!

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    I think the old white #2 honyaki is more to your fujiyama grind. This new one is slightly different, with visible shinogi line.


    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    Looks a lot like my fujiyama grind.

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    From the choil, it's pretty close...

    I did notice the different look of this knife. Is the hamon straight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by V1P View Post
    Since I do not yet have the knife with me, this is the best photo of the grind I found on the internet.

    That looks very nice.

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    That I would not know, have to check it when I have the knife. Looking at the grind, it may be.

    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    From the choil, it's pretty close...

    I did notice the different look of this knife. Is the hamon straight?

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    My Fujiyama.
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    Last edited by Chuckles; 10-27-2013 at 12:59 AM. Reason: I really need a camera.
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