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jgraeff

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I was looking on his website just browsing and i came across this, reminds me of a miroshi deba type knife.

How do you thing it would perform for filleting fish? looks really nice. Not that i can afford it but just curious if anyone has used this style knife.
 

UglyJoe

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That's what I thought he was talking about as well.
 

mr drinky

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Here, I found the link to the photo. I hope this helps.

k.
 
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If it is the one Eamon linked to, is that not a bargain? Similar to the one in the BST section isn't it?
 

mr drinky

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Dang, Eamon did link to something. I thought he was joking around. My bad. I can never see the hyperlinks on this forum.

k.
 

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I have never seen a Carter executed and priced as well as that one... just amazing and thanks for the link!

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This was not forged by Carter. I believe if you order a knife from him it will be forged by him, this however was not, which may very well explain the price. I could be wrong however!

It was sharpened and polished by Carter tho.
 

Lefty

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Pretty sure it's a collaboration of Murray and his mentor in Japan. I love this knife, and wish it was left-handed and that I had an endless supply of "fun money".
 
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