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    OK, in that case, KC katana blades have what you...

    OK, in that case, KC katana blades have what you call apple-seed shaped edge.

    From your description I would guess that the article/review you refer to discussed KC's western-style blades (where...
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    I don't collect European style swords so I...

    I don't collect European style swords so I wouldn't know about those. KC's katana are clay tempered so the edge is harder and holds a better edge than TH-blades. The appleseed-cross-section mentioned...
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    FWIW, just about every production katana in the...

    FWIW, just about every production katana in the world has "non traditional blade geometry". ;)

    In fact, the KC Bingo Mihara blade I have has a "traditional" look IMO due to geometric yokote and...
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