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Kikuichi Elite Carbon Hankotsu 150mm
Kikuichi Elite Carbon Hankotsu 150mm Kikuichi Elite Carbon Hankotsu 150mmKikuichi Elite Carbon Hankotsu 150mm
Kikuichi Elite Carbon Hankotsu 150mm Kikuichi Elite Carbon Hankotsu 150mmKikuichi Elite Carbon Hankotsu 150mm

Kikuichi Elite Carbon Hankotsu 150mm

Item #: Sakabone HC 15-06-0
Our Price: $170.00
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The Hankotsu is a boning knife that has a very different profile to a Honesuki. This style of knife is used to bone hanging and larger cuts of meat as opposed to the Honesuki which is employed more for processing poultry. It is a very stout and tough blade that can take on some serious boning tasks. The blade is made from SK-4 soft carbon steel which takes a really sharp edge. Returning the blade to itís sharp condition is also an easy task with this steel. It has a very asymmetrical grind, almost flat on one side and quite curved on the other. So strictly speaking is better for right handed users. But as this is a short boning knife steerage should not be an issue for left handers. The blade is coupled to a nicely finished black pakka wood handle attached with 3 rivets and a steel bolster. It is balanced to the rear of the bolster. Remember that this is a reactive steel so the knife must be kept very dry between uses. A nice patina will develop however, which will aid in the general maintenance of the blade.

  • Weight: 5.6oz
  • Blade length: 150mm
  • Total length: 265mm
  • Spine thickness: 2.32mm
  • Blade depth: 27.64mm

  • Customer Reviews
    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By:  JB
    beverly hills,ca
    This is a knife i fell in love with immediately when i opened the box. It just has that cool factor. I initially bought it just for fun. I had expected it to be a thick and heavy boning knife. When i picked it up for the first time,i was amazed at how thin it was. It is like a petty knife rather than a boning knife. I have since been using it in place of both my honesuki and petty on a pretty regular basis. As it is carbon,it requires a little extra care,but i have found that this steel is not too reactive. And because it is carbon,edge upkeep is really fast and easy. I have put a pretty thick edge on this so it will hold up while breaking down chicken and other poultry,but you can put a much thinner edge on this and it will hold up great. Every time i pick this knife up it grows on me more and more. Is it really that great of a knife or is the "cool factor: just that overwhelming? who knows... but i love this knife
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    5.0
    By:  Jeff Schriner
    Louisville KY
    I bought this knife primarily to butcher deer,elk and other large game animals as I’m a hunter and wanted to replace my Forschner boning knives with something that was a little less flexible and held an edge better. This knife filled the bill perfectly. I boned out deer carcass without missing a beat. This knife finished the task with as good an edge as when I started! It is a carbon steel blad so you’ll have to care for it,dry it and oil it until a patina develops but like any carbon knife it sharpens fast and holds an edge a long time! This is a VERY nice knife and I expect I will be using it on more game next year!
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