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**SOLD** GoMai - Brazilian BBQ - Stabilized olive

Guilherme Mantovani

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Hello everyone.
I bring you my most recently craft.
This one is my outdoor "kitchen" knife or brazilian BBQ.
GoMai blade, with 1070 dark and ss301 (1070/301/1070/301/1070🙃) and a little SanMai piece on the bolster.
The edge geometry was thought to be safe and comfortable in field for cooking operations, but not to thin to fillet or sashimi.
The balance is right in "T" on my mark.
Olive stabilized in handle, coke bottle shape, very comfortable.
Museum fit. Darkening process with manganese phosphate.

OAL: 13"
Blade: 8"
Width: 50mm
Thickness: 4,5mm (very agressive distal)
Follow case for safety and transport.

SOLD USD with free shipping from Brazil, direct to your door (I use FedEx, it's safe and doesn't take 10 days).
PayPal goods & services (guilhermemantovani09@gmail.com).

Just say "I'll take it" and its yours and if you need more pics or video, please ask.

Thank you for this space to show my work.

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Guilherme Mantovani

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Question, with go mai do you have to worry about what steel is nearest the edge to retain a good hard edge? Beautiful knife.
It depends on the steel composition.
Some types of martensitic steels, “steal” good components from the carbon in the center but usually it leaves a transition line that can be seen and then we can take off away from edge. In my case I used 301, which doesn’t interact with 1070.
 
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