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    Shun blue steel knives


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    good thing they stopped using that accursed d handle. lol. i'm a lefty and that's pretty much my problem with some of the shun lines. and at that price, looks about just right.

    i'd consider the kiritsuke and the honesuki if they came in lefty flavors.

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    meh
    "With great knives comes great responsibility."
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    I'm telling you. People are always doing research for these companies, and whether we know it or not, they are listening to us - the REAL know-it-alls!

    I like the look of these...actually, I like them a lot.

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    Maybe one of us is a secret spy for them? The actually don't look bad IMHO. I like the petty the best, nice thine tip for fine work.

    Stefan

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    they were a collab with chris consentino... his guys have been using them for a bit, but i happen to know that they are using other knives now

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    Haha. Well, so much for that.

    NEEEXXXXTTT!!!

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    Take the Shun logo off them and they may look ok.
    Jason

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    San mai? Are these single bevel, faux single bevel knives or double bevel with single bevel knife profiles? I guess they are double bevel. 4.5" honesuki?

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    is sur la table going to carry them? id like to play with one. probably wouldnt purchase one though.

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