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    Senior Member ChuckTheButcher's Avatar
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    Stabilized box elder burl, water buffalo horn, and nickel silver.
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    I really like Cris's work. Have not handled one yet but they just look stunning, and right. Jumped on his just a couple months ago and am patiently looking fwd!

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    Yeah. I think Cris is some one to keep your eye on.
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    Just picked this one off the bay this morning for $45. I had one a while back but ended up gifting it to my daughter. This one is going to be thinned and probably a Wa handle.


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Size:  10.4 KBmy new kiwi nakiri. $2.99
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomsch View Post
    Just picked this one off the bay this morning for $45. I had one a while back but ended up gifting it to my daughter. This one is going to be thinned and probably a Wa handle.

    Post pics as you do, just snagged one of these today as well. Would love to see how you treat it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantumcloud509 View Post
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    they are hard to beat for the money.

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    I STILL use a Kiwi nakiri. It should be interesting to see if a Takeda beats it out, actually.

    Nice Forgie, too.
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    Take a look around at: www.sharpandshinyshop.com

    Email me at: tmclean@sharpandshinyshop.com

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    Im going to do a ghetto rehandle/ saya job on my kiwi and PIF it to a guy at work whose knife I took home to sharpen/ fix the tip on. Got a chunk of local cedar im gonna dye with ebony.
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    OMS#6 and HM 150 petty

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