Sorsakoski (Hackman) & Daiwa Fish Knife II

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oregon
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Re: Sorsakoski (Hackman) & Daiwa Fish Knife II

Postby oregon » Sat Apr 15, 2017 2:42 am

Daiwa Deba (fish knife) more bali fun from Japan:


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Top = black handle
Bottom = green handle

Deba = one side of blade sharpened (cuts fish cleanly when removing the head). So one side of blade is unsharpened and it is flat.
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oregon
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Re: Sorsakoski (Hackman) & Daiwa Fish Knife II

Postby oregon » Sat Apr 15, 2017 4:10 pm

cardoso5fr wrote:Cool i've never seen the japanese version :D


Just when you thought that you'd seen it all card, cue the Jaws theme music, you have me posting this one:

Black on top and green on bottom:

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I have no sales resistance so a black-handled version is on its way to the USA (pics to follow upon arrival).

Flip this one! :shock:

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Re: Sorsakoski (Hackman) & Daiwa Fish Knife II

Postby lance » Tue Apr 18, 2017 3:12 am

Hahahha you hit the jap-pot!!! Lol nice knives pretty cool ill have to look into em ya got a link where we can find em?

oregon
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Re: Sorsakoski (Hackman) & Daiwa Fish Knife II

Postby oregon » Tue Apr 18, 2017 4:47 am

Sure do, just drop or cut and paste the names of the knives into the search box provided by the bay. There are some Japanese enthusiasts, individual tackle suppliers, that read and write English with the intent to satisfy your needs. Happy fishing.

Fish Deba
Cap Deba 85
Daiwa fish knife

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Re: Sorsakoski (Hackman) & Daiwa Fish Knife II

Postby oregon » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:01 pm

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Can you tell that the Deba is actually a fixed blade with a swinging guard?

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Re: Sorsakoski (Hackman) & Daiwa Fish Knife II

Postby oregon » Tue Apr 25, 2017 6:48 pm

In pursuit of Balisongs from foreign & far away lands I plowed up these so far, with still other new models and color variants on the way. Good fun for me and not overly expensive so far. I haven't been put off by any of the new-to-me knives. I'm actually tickled to find cutlery that surprises me and off shore vendors I can vouch for. I've listed costs in Yen so simply drop the amount, followed by "JPY", into the google search box to begin conversion into your money.

The first two models shadow the bali with some accuracy while the second two, well, do not.


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Re: Sorsakoski (Hackman) & Daiwa Fish Knife II

Postby oregon » Tue Apr 25, 2017 7:29 pm

BC80 is enroute:

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Bridge at Cascade Locks on the Columbia R, roadway is expanded metal and I challenge you to walk across it while looking down (builds the fear, makes climbing nearby mountains (Table MTN for example) exciting):
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Re: Sorsakoski (Hackman) & Daiwa Fish Knife II

Postby oregon » Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:32 pm

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