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    FS Don Nguyen 240 gyuto

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    Next up is my near new "DTN" Don Nguyen 240 gyuto
    actual cutting length is 248mm steel is 1084
    you can find more info on it on lefty's "sharpandshinyshop"

    this is a really nice knife, great for push cutting and an awesomely thin tip, great for trimming proteins. a very similar knife is currently in a pass around by pensacola tiger and is getting great feed back! its just not getting enough love from me at the moment, so hopefully it will get a good home here

    I'm asking $250 AUD and i'll go halves in the shipping from Australia

    thanks for looking
    Huw
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    any idea on its weight?

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    Sorry it's at home and I'm at work, I can weigh it in about 4 hours,
    Huw
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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    any idea on its weight?
    Weight is 194 grams
    Huw
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    Huw,
    I'm not in a place I should be on my phone (ahem....), but pm me and we might be able to figure something out. Maybe this belongs back with me(?) It's a gorgeous knife and I miss it. Don't need it, but ya know...

    If someone buys it ahead of me I'll be thrilled AND bummed.

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    As badly as I want this back, someone else should buy it!

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    If it's anything like the passaround, it should be a nice cutter.

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    If I had the $ I'd buy it up in a flash. Good price here and good luck on the sale!

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    This is SPF

    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    As badly as I want this back, someone else should buy it!
    Tom I think it's found a good home
    Huw
    There are many people who claim to be good cooks; just as there are many people who, after having repainted the garden gate take themselves to be painters.
    Fernand Point

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    Phewwf! I don't know how long I could've held out. I hope the new owner enjoys it! (he/she will )

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