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    GAH! Shig-Alert! (socal folks will get it....)

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    Darn, nice work there

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    Thanks Jon. That was really starting to p*** me off. Imgur and photobucket would'nt work at all from my phone.
    So yeah. Single bevel 155mm Shig petty. Which I've taken to calling a yanagibetty(I'm an ex rockabilly/greaser). It's like a taller/stubby Yani, with a slightly less flat profile. I'm gonna use it to dissect pork butts prior to grinding tomorrow. I was using an older Konosuke petty that was about 90/10, but my hand always started to cramp up around an hour in. Hoping that the thick emoto on this(and the added weight) will help when choking forward on the blade for seaming. The f/f on this is pretty damn sweet. There's a slight rough spot near the tip where the shinogi and kurouchi meet, but that's a minor gripe as this gonna be a working knife not a display piece.
    Again- thanks Jon. After two Stone IPA's and a Glenlevit Nadurra, I was ready to break my phone in half or the internet...
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    3 180mm chef knives & a 240 suji from Karlo Ban

    I might do a pass around with one of the chefs knives if there is interest.
    Huw
    In order to make delicious food, you must eat delicious food. Jiro Ono

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
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    3 180mm chef knives & a 240 suji from Karlo Ban

    I might do a pass around with one of the chefs knives if there is interest.
    Those look really nice.

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    That Suji though. Sick

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    Been looking for a small parer that won't cramp my hand. I felt like a larger handle and a short blade might help, but had a hard time finding one that wasn't an 1" tall. This little 90mm Itinomonn looks perfect though, only 3/4" tall. Craftsmanship looks good, but I haven't used it yet.

    ~Brandon

  8. #2288
    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    Those look really nice.
    The chefs were 50€ the suji was 60€ they are pretty nice for the price (hand forged San Mai)
    Huw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
    The chefs were 50€ the suji was 60€ they are pretty nice for the price (hand forged San Mai)
    Damn. What is the geometry like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    Damn. What is the geometry like?
    A little inconsistent between the 4 knives, they have a really nice distal taper, and some nice convexing. 1 of the 180's has a very nice even grind, with a near 0 edge, the others are a bit thicker behind the edge.
    Huw
    In order to make delicious food, you must eat delicious food. Jiro Ono

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