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    Lol the tanaka did ok


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    Okay, here it is....
    ......my Kejiro Doi 270mm kiritsuke. This thing has what is (IMHO) a great factory D handle.
    It's great, but it's no mhenry. This thing would be even sweeter. Even if I don't win, I'm very excited to see what this "surprise handle" looks like!!!
    thanks Mark and Mike for doing this. Very cool idea.[IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG]
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    I'll do my best to give this a two week turn around too

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhenry View Post
    I'll do my best to give this a two week turn around too
    Superhuman!

    Stefan

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    My favorite. My Kanisaki deba. My King Crab knife.
    Thanks to both of you for such a great contest.

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    Does having one in the mail count? If so This should be arriving early next week - a Carter Kurouchi Sujihiki

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    Wow, can't pass up this opportunity, crazy new wood and custom handle:

    Here is the first...and last knife I ground, after grinding it Mr. Thomas looked at it and said "I think I can save it". He did and now I have a pretty dang good 210 gyuto, but I have not had a chance to finish the handle yet.



    Thanks for doing this Mark and Mike, very cool idea and happy future birthday Mark!

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    Most generous contest! I too would love to have my CCK rehandled...

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    I always want Mike's custom handle! here you go, my brand new shig 245mm gyuto...

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    Here's one I just couldn't pass up:



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    Suisin Dreamcraft 240 kiritsuke that I got from Dan.

    Great knife, but could be really OMG with some new wood.
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