Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by bikerdoc, Feb 8, 2021.
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No filet is going to tell a dinner guest the name of the knife that the cook used.
I've been thinking about getting the Nakiri from Gekko.
Honestly, though, if I had known Mora made kitchen knives, I would have been tempted by those. https://morakniv.se/en/knifetype/kitchen-knife/\
An aside: we use three knives—a chef's knife, a utility knife, and a bread knife. The sets with the 29 different knives look neat, but I don't think they're necessary. Perhaps Kai has figured out that it can sell more Shun knives if it offers more supposedly specialized knives. I mean, I love brisket, but do I really need a brisket knife?
Agree, got a long bread knife at a garage sale for 50 cents.
The blade wasn’t serrated so much as just wavy. Carbon steel, cleaned up nicely and took a very good sharpening.
Best bread knife ever, unfortunately just disappeared on a camping trip.
What?! Mora makes kitchen knives? Where can I buy them!?
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These Kinmen knives are supposedly made from Chinese artillery shells that were lobbed in, but did not explode. I really doubt the Chinese used stainless shells, but the high carbon knives could be made from artillery shells. At 50 seconds in, there looks to be a big pile of shell bodies.
this was $12.00 delivered and a best buy. Steel is softer than the the others, I was told the script is Japanese, have no idea what it says
I think some folks get confused because Henckels has so many different lines, and the "International" line that is entry level (made in Spain or China) is ubiquitous these days (seriously, CostCo?) but the old forged Zwilling knives are for sure some of the best knives out there. My advice is, don't order knives (if you want the real deal) on Amazon, go to a dealer; yes, you'll pay the premium, but you won't have to be replacing your kitchen knives from Wal-Mart every other year...
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