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    Quote Originally Posted by AMP01 View Post
    These look awsome Jon! How do these compare to the hattori fh gyutos?
    they have more distal taper, they are thinner behind the edge, thinner at the tip, thicker at the heel, have nicer rounded spine and choil, are clad versus solid steel, have better edge retention, are easy to sharpen, slightly more brittle towards the tip and less so near the heel, and come with a much more badass case

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    they have more distal taper, they are thinner behind the edge, thinner at the tip, thicker at the heel, have nicer rounded spine and choil, are clad versus solid steel, have better edge retention, are easy to sharpen, slightly more brittle towards the tip and less so near the heel, and come with a much more badass case
    So you're saying you are happy with how these came out?
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    I dont own one (yet... prefect knife for the GF at home and for me at work but I am talking about a small 210 to keep her away from some of my other knives...)... But they really are awesome knives. The taper and FF is great on them and an excellent price. I will be recommending these to friends looking for a knife in that price range.

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    Thanks youtube for just halting at the last 8 sec of this video!

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    just dont show that picture to the DEA with a face like that, i must have been on drugs :P

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    that's exactly how I feel right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    just dont show that picture to the DEA with a face like that, i must have been on drugs :P
    I'm thinking Thorazine
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    just dont show that picture to the DEA with a face like that, i must have been on drugs :P
    High on blades?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    they have more distal taper, they are thinner behind the edge, thinner at the tip, thicker at the heel, have nicer rounded spine and choil, are clad versus solid steel, have better edge retention, are easy to sharpen, slightly more brittle towards the tip and less so near the heel, and come with a much more badass case
    Now, that is a Complete reply!

    I might just have to come down from Santa Barbara to check this knife out in person.

    Thanks Jon!
    Cheers,
    Andrew

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