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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post


    Shig kitaeji 300 Yanagiba & 210 Deba
    from Takeshi
    Woah! Quite a pair... Hard enough to find one of thoes knives, let alone 2 at the same time. Are the sayas from shig too? I like how they match the single bevel.
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    Not a kitchen knife but could definitely be used for some outdoor cookery. I picked this up one night from knife maker James Terrio out of Knoxville after I had a few to many beers and my spending inhibitions and disappeared. The price was awesome, she's made out of O1, has a tapered Tang with G10 grips and came with a simple leather sheath.








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    Quote Originally Posted by schanop View Post
    Heiji Semi Stainless Chuka arrived on Monday. Haven't got time to play around with it yet, just a quick photo shoot for now.

    This chuka turns out to be somewhere between sugimoto #6 and #7, at 520g and a good tapering heel to tip and spine to edge.



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    [QUOTE=stereo.pete;213852]Not a kitchen knife but could definitely be used for some outdoor cookery. I picked this up one night from knife maker James Terrio out of Knoxville after I had a few to many beers and my spending inhibitions and disappeared. The price was awesome, she's made out of O1, has a tapered Tang with G10 grips and came with a simple leather sheath.

    James makes a great knife and is a good guy! Congrats on that one! Not a bad booze and buy! you could of done worst. lol

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    James is great and makes some awesome knives. I learn a lot from him from other forums.

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    Thanks Randy and Don, I agree James does make a nice knife, especially for the price! Other than some finishing details in the handle, the blade is perfect. I will definitely keep an eye out for more of this when they become available.
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    I just received an email, a new opportunity popped up and I jumped, updates will coming in the near future, stay tuned!
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    New to me / used 270 suji from Mano
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    I just received an email, a new opportunity popped up and I jumped, updates will coming in the near future, stay tuned!
    I'm afraid I'm going to have to ask you to elaborate a bit more here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Gibson View Post
    New to me / used 270 suji from Mano
    Nice looking knife, Brad, congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    I just received an email, a new opportunity popped up and I jumped, updates will coming in the near future, stay tuned!
    Pear?
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