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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    That is one hell of a rock.

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    Jon did a great job

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    Why don't you try to sell this kit? Seems practical to me...
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    I'd worry about the loose tools in there banging against the gyuto blade, while the macho owner - Sara or other - struts around making the kitchen men cry. Only the deba is safe in its cute little saya. (Yes, and the knife is cute too.)

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    I zipped the pouch with all those tools in it, and it was not too tight and not too loose. In reality though, I will make sure to use the edge guard for the gyuto. i'd rather be the macho owner and not a crying wimpy one...

    My little minimalistic pouch now has an entourage!

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    I like the idea of a pouch set, but need it much bigger I think my handles are bigger than those knives /ducks...

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    It's a nice idea but I don't think I'd use the ruler much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutty Sharp View Post
    I'd worry about the loose tools in there banging against the gyuto blade, while the macho owner - Sara or other - struts around making the kitchen men cry. Only the deba is safe in its cute little saya. (Yes, and the knife is cute too.)
    Yes,you need to add some kind of Velcro strap to keep everything from banging together whilst you're strutting down the runway..I mean around the kitchen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenStefano View Post
    It's a nice idea but I don't think I'd use the ruler much
    ... you might need it to slap someone!

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    .... i will come up with more ideas for sets today

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