9” stainless damascus gyuto for sale

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  1. Mar 5, 2019 #1

    DevinT

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    The steel in this one is becut (like niolox) and 19C27 raindrop pattern. This combo is difficult to forge, stiff under the hammer and a narrow temperature range to forge in.

    Both steels are very wear resistant also and it showed up in the finishing.

    Wa handle with black paper phenolic composite ferrule, mammoth spacer, and curly koa body.

    Height at the heel is 2”. It’s 210g in weight.

    Price is $1585.00 shipped.

    Pics should be up within the next hour.

    Thanks,

    Hoss
     
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  2. Mar 5, 2019 #2

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    PM sent :)
     
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    Dude. . . if I had the money. I really want to eventually try your higher-end stuff.
     
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    I wish I knew how to take pictures of knives, there are a few shadows and a little fuzzy.

    Hoss
     
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    Good lawd! Somebody please buy this now! :D
     
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  7. Mar 6, 2019 #7

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    Thanks everybody, this one is sold. I should have posted this already.

    Hoss
     
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    Sweet work DT ... just wish I hadn't been travelling again ... focused or not the blade is a beauty :)
     
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    Somehow I am glad I haven't seen this earlier...

    Hoss, WOW! Raindrop has always been my favourite from you...
     
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    What is the length of this beauty?

    Why the change in handle design with the angled cuts? Just curious. Thanks!
     
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    Wow, the etch on that thing is incredible!
     
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    Just to make it a little more interesting. I worked for a knife maker when I was 16 years old, he dovetailed lots of things, this is an extension of that. I’ll continue doing some of the straight ones too.

    Hoss
     
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    L O V E I T!
     
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    Dove Tail >>>>>>> Straight, you should do one with a damascus fitting, that would be impressive
     

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