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    I saw that Laser, and I'm glad it went to an appreciative forum owner! I almost pulled the trigger on it. Based just on the performance of my AEB-L Artifex (which I've owned a very brief period and which I'm going to gift to a friend who does not own a single decent knife), I'm sure the Laser will bring you big big smiles. I made a 3-step bevel at 5, 10, and 15 degrees, and there is no resistance with such a thin blade. I'm now a big fan of AEB-L steel. Thinking about putting another in the kitchen for guest-abuse.

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    that Gesshin Ino 270mm White #2 Honyaki knife looks amazing.

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    Is it just me or does it look like the ferrule, where the tang enters, is hollow? Seems like a PITA to keep clean...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    Is it just me or does it look like the ferrule, where the tang enters, is hollow? Seems like a PITA to keep clean...
    Are you looking at the pictures of the sujijiki?

    I'm not sure what you mean you by "hollow" (a scooped sort of bowl instead of flat?), but I just looked at it next to a few of my other knives and it's no different than they are.

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    I think I might have posted this around here before, but since it's my latest purchase, it's all I have to show. I bought this w/o a handle or finishing touches from C**G, did a satin finish with a coarse scotchbrite belt, and used some of Mark Farley's 2 tone amboyna burl with brick red and black spacers. I love the profile and the grind, and am pretty happy with my 2nd attempt at a was handle.



    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    Looks beautiful, Tom! Very nice work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Looks beautiful, Tom! Very nice work!
    I agree.
    The spacer gives it a touch of class.
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    Johnny I like those Ebony handles wt. Blk. horn.Cool Yanagi,that white #2 will get razor sharp.

    Gray good job on that blade,Satin Finish & handle wt. the 2 tone burl & spacers.

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    Tom that knife handle is something els. love the natural end

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    Very cool Tom!

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