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  1. #21
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    Both knives sold. Thanks everyone.
    Donation sent to KKF.

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    Katos effect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bieniek View Post
    Katos effect?
    you got it, now I wonder how the sujis cut ???

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    youve seen one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bieniek View Post
    youve seen one?
    no, but it looks like he can make them.

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    I like your style

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    Hmm...I'd really like someone to compare a Kato to a 240 Heiji gyuto. I sold my 240 Heiji (what a fool I was to only want a 270 Heiji), but I remember it was the reason that I wanted to sell off my Shig gyuto. Seems similar to what's happening here, so I wonder how the two knives that beat Shigs compare to each other. Then again, a lot of knives I've tried cut better than how I remembered my Shig cutting.

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    Wow. Word of mouth is still the best advertising apparently!

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    naah, he bought the knife earlier than I posted the review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    Wow. Word of mouth is still the best advertising apparently!
    I had my mind set on that ever sinc eI heard of the performance right after the meet Max did. Right now I have to say that beats anything I have tried so far by a lot, the steel is just amazing and takes real good edge that lasts. The grind is thick by the standards here, but it cuts so easy..

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