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    Well if you make it through all of that tremendously strenuous work, let us know your thoughts. I hope that I can speak for others and say we'd love to hear them.
    Happiness is a sharp knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    Thanks guys....Mario does beautiful work.

    I'm going to use it to do a run-through of the knife skills class...try to get a few hours on it....physically, it's the largest one I have...but it feels considerably longer than the actual difference would suggest...going to be a bit of an adjustment...which means spending more time with a beautiful piece of equipment...which is just awful. But I have the character and training to get through it
    How long is that beauty?

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    Mario calls it a 270...just measured it with my crappy tape measure, I get about 281MM from choil to tip and about 294MM from handle to tip.

    A quick trip on my uncalibrated scale says 184g.
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    I wanted to pick up a less expensive carbon Nakiri so I went and looked at some at Epicurean Edge this morning. The Tadafusa was the one that followed me home. The F&F on this knife is quite nice considering it's sub$100 price tag. I'm really impressed with how sharp it is right out of the box, not often do you see a knife this sharp right from the factory.

    BTW: Epicurean Edge is an awesome little shop if you happen to be in the greater Seattle area stop in and drool on some neat stuff.


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    i LOVE this one!

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    5460 year old Ancient Bog Oak, mammoth molar endcap and maple burl handle by kaeleb an a 250mm Takeda Sasanoha

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    Very nice mano

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    Is that a Matt Stephans Wa? Looking pretty good!
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    Beautiful woodworking. Have you had a chance to use that Takeda yet, what do ya think?

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