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    natural stone testing

    finally getting around to testing some new natural stones we got in... starting with the coarse stuff and going from there...


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    I wouldn't mind having the one on the left just to have it. I get first dibs if you decide to get rid of it.

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    I have an Amakusa from another vendor. Kinda slow for a 800-1000 grit stone, but leaves a nice edge. Builds up some mud after a while, too. I guess I am spoiled by the Bester 1200; that's a fairly fast stone! I do love the coloring in the Amakusa though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    I wouldn't mind having the one on the left just to have it. I get first dibs if you decide to get rid of it.
    "wouldn't mind" is the most interesting phrase.... I hear this from Jon a lot. He wouldn't mind keeping all our knives and stones (if I'm not staring with angry eyes)

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    Angry eyes? We've all seen your photos, Sara, and I can't imagine you with angry eyes. Maybe that's the problem.

    Actually, I wouldn't mind if my wife had the same problem!

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    almost done testing the new natural stones... they should be up on the website in the next day or two


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    It's already "or two". Where's dem stones?

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    can't believe how fast those stones found their new owners....

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