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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    Crap. I really want to try this particular piece out, but I might get out, just to shorten up the list a tad. I already use two of Will's knives, and love them both. This would just be frivolous self-indulgence.

    I can email Kalaeb to see where he stands on this, and jmadams is a big no. He's no longer on passaround lists....
    09/06

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    I sharpened The nakiri with Gesshin 2k/6k & it is on its way to Josh(brainsausage)!

    WiilC, thanks for the passaround!

    I'll post some pictures & my thoughts later on......
    Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!

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    my thoughts of WillC Nakiri

    the Nakiri arrived with the upswept heel due to Concthcipt repaired the chip on the heel. However, it really no effect on cutting perforance!

    profile: extra weight & curvature of the blade is very similar to my small all-purpose Chinese cleaver. make this Nakiri is more versatility than my other Featherweight/flat profile blade nakiri.

    geoamertry: Very little food stiction, wide bevel(glide into food)+crisp shinogi(push food away from blade)+concave grind(prevent from venvacuum suction) working together very well for food release! compare to some thin/flat grind nakiri(food stick on blade like magnet).
    I have no issue with wedg using push foward cut.

    steel: very easy to sharpening, feel similar as aeb-l. I didn't use this Nakiri long enough; however, edge retention feel slightly better than aeb-l(I guess...)

    handle: taper ferrule is very comfer for pinch grip.


    Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!

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    Nice write up cc. I was afraid of doing that to the profile.
    Chewie's the man.

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    Thanks Guys thats excellent, great feedback and pics

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