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Hey guys! I’m looking to find something used for one of my line guys… would love something in good condition but for cheap… like real cheap. Stainless or semi stainless would probably be best for him but I might consider carbon as well. He knows absolutely nothing about knives but I’d still like to find him something he could use as a line knife that works better than your average butcher-block whatever.
Even suggestions for new things would be cool too…

~$60 range?
 
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I'd let this go for 60.

It's big and carbon
 

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Cktg has the western handled 210 fuji narihara for under $40 for their weekly sale. It's like a tojiro dp that's first half made in China and finished in japan
 

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You can get this guy for $70 with discount code “thepurestcut“ I have no idea of the quality though.

 
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If shorter Gyuto or santoku is in consideration, Tojiro A-1, Matsutani are pretty good.
 
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I'd let this go for 60.

It's big and carbon
Whoa. That’s a big boi. Cool knife though!
 
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You can get this guy for $70 with discount code “thepurestcut“ I have no idea of the quality though.

Dude that looks hella nice haha
 

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I'd let this go for 60.

It's big and carbon
That surely is a cool and good knife but line knives cant be big bcz there isn't much space in the line and line cooks are busy they dont have time to baby the knife like wiping the knife each time
 
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