Posted By: JasonI was looking for a short blade with a point and something I could practice sharpening on without being too worried I would ruin a piece of art. This fitted the bill perfectly. As mentioned in another post, the edge was alright out of the box but introducing it to some whetstones definitely brought out the white #1's edge nicely. There are parts of the spine that is a little rough but it's not in an area my hand would be gripping so it doesn't really bother me. The octagonal walnut hand is really nicely done and a little surprised to find it on such a value for money knife. It works well to balance the knife. It feels light and nimble in the hand and I've been using fillet small fish and general smaller things. I even tried it out on deboning a whole chicken which it managed fine - the tip and short blade gave me enough control to get all the meat off nicely.
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