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    Senior Member stevenStefano's Avatar
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    Let's see your DIY sayas

    Here are mine. None of them made by me. All for 270 gyutos. The far right one is probably the best I've seen, with the cork in the end to protect the tip. So let's see yours. I am curious as to how complicated they can get

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    Boy that brings back memories,used to use the slighty water resistant cardboard & ducktape.Gave um up for edgeguards,except on thick bone cleaver & a few Ice chisels where edgeguards don't work

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    Just rocking some stiff cardboard ones now covered in duct tape - should upgrade soon!

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    Hopefully Son doesn't see this thread. He will show us all up.

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    I take, I am not welcome in this thread. LOL

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    225 gyuto and large cck cleaver sayas...


    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    The dog one is badass!

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    Do you guys ever notice dulling with sayas like these? I was using one out of cardstock and I always found the bite out of the edge was gone when using it - maybe my wire edge was really bad or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    The dog one is badass!
    thanks Tom, that one's for my Carter

    Don, I sure hope they dull them a bit, as a home cook it's hard to get enough use among my knives (those shown plus my Sab's) to have to sharpen enough to stay any good at it...and like most people here I really enjoy very sharp knives.
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Ive always found multiple layers of newspapers and painters tape to work best for my knives

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