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    Now I'm not the only one with 2 Kagekiyo's! Enjoy them... I dont have a ginsanko yet though.... hmmm.. let me know if you plan to get rid of it haha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck239 View Post
    Now I'm not the only one with 2 Kagekiyo's! Enjoy them... I dont have a ginsanko yet though.... hmmm.. let me know if you plan to get rid of it haha...

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    Will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
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    I think that's the best Harner gyuto profile I've seen. I like the triangle!

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    Yep I agree, Butch had 6 for sale this one had the lowest tip and the longest flatspot. It's a big knife 270 handle to tip (250 on the edge) and 70mm high. It's also one of the nicest pieces of Buckeye burl I've seen!

    It reminds me of a ZKramer
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    That looks better than any Z Kramer I've seen, but 70mm on the heel is nuts!

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    Beautiful gyuto, Huw.
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    The Parer & Saya are pretty nice also Tom
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    I must needs get the saya for mine as well!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mkriggen View Post
    Found this sitting on my workbench when I got home last night...

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    270mm JCK Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan white #1 suji. As far as I can tell these blades are the exact same thing as Fujiwara's Nahiji line, but about half the price ($260 vs $480) and a nicer handle (octagonal w/buffalo horn vs D shaped w/plastic). I figured I'd better grab one before he sells out.

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    Interesting profile on that knife. The tip looks unusually high.
    Sell out? Are these being discontinued?

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