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Custom forged Shigi 225mm double bevel usaba,some sharpening scrathes.500$


Shigi 240mm gyuto with stefan handle.500$


Shigi 210mm gyuto with black ash burl handle.some sharpening scrathes.500$


Heiji 240mm SS gyuto with custom handle.550$

Also if anyone is on a list for a 240mm KD give me a pt before i put it on ebay.
 

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Damn those knives are the sex. I really wish I had $500 burning a hole in my pocket right now...
 

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the usuba is worth it just for the handle. love that mammoth and snakewood. just a bonus that it comes with a shigefusa attached to it.
 

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You buyin a boat? If I had money, I would be empted to buy my own handle back (for the knife, of course), but only because I don't know what to do with an usuba...

Stefan
 

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You buyin a boat? If I had money, I would be empted to buy my own handle back (for the knife, of course), but only because I don't know what to do with an usuba...

Stefan
It's a double bevel usuba,so it's not really an usuba.It is also very thin compared to my other shigi's i have owned,and crazy thin behind the edge.
 

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Heiji Sold......Two beautiful Shigi's left.
 

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Phew... that Heiji was tempting me. Absolutely gorgeous. Resisting the Shige 240!
 

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Mario, can you post a closeup of the usuba handle?

Thanks,

Rick
 

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Found the closeups. Beautiful handle. No need to post more, unless you want to.

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Rick
 

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Wish I could pick up that 240 Shigi. But with no kitchen right now, and two decent 240 gyutos already, I am having to resist. Some people are going to make nice scores during this sale!
 

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Could I have your opinion on the shig 240 vs the heiji 240?
They are so different in the grind,the shigi has a convex grind and the heiji has two honkin bevels.I don't see how i can compare such different ladies.What I can say is they both cut great and both would make great work horses.
 

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And thats the best reason to own one of each. They are like hot cousins or something.
 

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I am kinda shocked,I thought the shigi 240 gyuto with the stefan handle would go first.
 

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i'll take the shigefusa gyuto, if it's still available.
 
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