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    Piton,

    I usually don't get in on these pass arounds, but if you're willing to include Cutty Sharp, I'd like to ride along. He's not that far from me, so shipping should be pretty easy to manage. Thanks.

    Dave
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    TC does single bevel gyutos. I'd call them debas, personally.
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermes7792 View Post
    whats a single bevel chefs knife called than? Still would love to try it!
    http://gx2.japan-messer-shop.de/prod...ff-rechts.html
    Today only met this site, the first time I saw singlebevel gyuto.

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    Thought I had already indicated my desire to be included, but apparently my post is lost somewhere in cyber space. Many thanks for the opportunity!

    PM sent yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermes7792 View Post
    whats a single bevel chefs knife called than? Still would love to try it!
    Probably the closest thing would be a mioroshi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markenki View Post
    Probably the closest thing would be a mioroshi.
    And even that is not very close. The heel isn't remotely tall enough.

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    Hope you guys enjoy it. I love mine.

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    I hope you all know that you are ruining yourselves to other knives' cutting performance.

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    Ben, if there remains a spot somewhere here... well, this seems just too rare an opportunity to let pass.

    Regardless, thanks for the generous trials of your primo knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    I hope you all know that you are ruining yourselves to other knives' cutting performance.
    Yeah...last night I could hear my check book whimpering in the dark. It has strange and mysterious powers that allow it to predict future expenditures.

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