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    250mm Takeda Sasanoha/Gyuto

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    ***! aaaa! put me in line! lol

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    I leave for 1 hour and i miss a takeda

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    Good thing I was away from the internet for the afternoon
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    Is the same passaround sasanoah, rehandled Mike?
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    It is. I just slapped ho wood take-off on it.


    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    Is the same passaround sasanoah, rehandled Mike?

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    Just outta curiosity- why'd you yank the old handle? And congrats to the new owner, this was a really fun knife to play with IMO.
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    That Snakewood handle was pretty bad? It would have been against the guidelines to sell it on the BST with one of my handles.



    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    Just outta curiosity- why'd you yank the old handle? And congrats to the new owner, this was a really fun knife to play with IMO.

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