FS Converted Carter AS Nakiri

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mhenry

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This used to have one of his riveted westerns. The handle is rosewood and horn
Specs:
STYLE: Stainless Fukugozai Nakiri
STEEL: Blue Super, laminated w/ stainless steel
WEIGHT: 146 grams
BLADE LENGTH: 5.6 sun, 170mm (6¾")
BLADE WIDTH: 52mm
BLADE THICKNESS: *1.15mm

$350.00 Sipped in ConUS
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mhenry

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Used it tonight. It's quite the little chopper, of course it's performance is greatly enhanced by my bad-ass handle:biggrin:

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don

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Having fours Carter with M.Henry handles, I can say that your handles enhances the Carters' performance! GLWS.
 

mhenry

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I guess I should have put a fancier handle on this? $300.00
 

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I love the handle, just not a Nakiri fan.

Although I do find it funny after all the rosewood/horn handles you've taken off your Takedas, that you decide to add your own to a Carter :)
 

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I know ironic isin't it. I was just trying to keep it conservative, and understated. I like the crazy burls for my knives.



I love the handle, just not a Nakiri fan.

Although I do find it funny after all the rosewood/horn handles you've taken off your Takedas, that you decide to add your own to a Carter :)
 

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I am going to lower the price to $275.00 for a while. Then take it off the market
 
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