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    Delbert and Butch

    A new shape Ealy in ironwood burl and a dyed maple burl Harner neck'er...

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    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    Guillaume Cote Chef's knife 255mm

    Just got this beauty, blade- full mirror polish made of CPM D2, handle- prickly cactus (Magma Red), all fittings are 416 stainless steel (the inlayed - turquoise).
    Measurements: overall length: 385mm (15.15''), high at the heel: 63.85mm (2.52''), the spine at the heel: 2.68mm and at the tip: 1.1mm.
    Weight is 378g




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    Quote Originally Posted by BeardedCrow View Post
    Only used them a few hours, but suji came yesterday and gyuto came tuesday.


    These are beautiful knives.

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    I posted a pic of 2 of these last week, but today I recieved the full package
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    Huw
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    Damn, Huw

    That's A package

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    Love those Raders.
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    Not a kitchen knife, but matches ones of Huw's--the small one:>)

    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Mr. Nagao (Hiromoto) white 2/stainless clad 270mm gyuto and Mr. Shimatani 240mm wa gyuto in HAP40.

    Just picked up the Shimatani this morning and used it at work. Pretty happy with it for the price, it's a real beast though; cuts surprisingly well considering how thick it is, but a little thinning would definitely be beneficial. Steel wasn't as hard on the stones as I was expecting either.

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    Cheers,
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    Some of you may know that I just sold a Shun Reserve 7" Santoku. Here are some pictures of what I swapped for it. A KZ 6" in 52100 carbide with an HRC of 61. I have small hands and a small workspace in my NYC apartment so I wanted something in a mid size and I always liked the looks of this line.

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    Please visit my store at www.dreamburls.com Imagine the possibilities!
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    Good swap
    Available handles- http://s64.photobucket.com/user/mkri...able%20handles

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