FS 270 san mai gyuto

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Mike Davis

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I had intended to do this knife as a passaround, but there is already a gyuto of mine working it's way around. So..I figured i would post it :D
Steel: O-1 core, clad in 33 layers per side of 1080/15N20 with a nickel layer between the core and cladding. Rc61
Length:270mm on edge 2.95mm at spine, 2.6mm halfway and full distal taper to the tip. Can get better [pics after work
Height:52.2mm
Handle: 2 tone Amboyna Burl, Blackwood ferrule/buttcap with blister koa spacers.
143mm long 20/24mm ferrule 26/28mm at buttcap.
Price is $775 + Shipping, will include says for an even $800 + shipping




 

El Pescador

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Impressive. Looks pretty thin behind the edge.
 

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Holy shiz ! that is totally badass! Hey, remember that $800 bux you owe me? I'll take the knife as payment instead!:word:
 

WildBoar

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Very cool -- edge profile and grind at heel look great!
 

Mike Davis

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Sorry, should add the Randy Jr. @HHH did the damascus. Weight is 240 grams. This one is pretty thin behind the edge, cuts great. Randy did a fantastic job with the cladding :) dude is a beast! This one has been finished for a while, just have been busy with a million things!
 

Lefty

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Wow! Great work, both of you guys!
 

JasonD

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Looks awesome! That grind is killer. Congrats to the lucky buyer
 

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I love the nickel content in the cladding, Great job on the knife.
 

Lefty

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I'm happy to see this one sell as quickly as it did. I hate when beautiful knives hang around for no reason (that lucky bulldogbacchus!!!)
Congrats to the new owner of this beauty!
 

jgraeff

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Wow mike that is an amazing knife! Man if I had the funds i would have that instantly!

Good work man always love your blades
 
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