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    Reasons for H-1 above S110V (IMO). - Easier to...

    Reasons for H-1 above S110V (IMO).

    - Easier to sharpen
    - Less chance of chipping
    - SE model will outperform S110V in edge holding
    - Care free

    Here was some testing done on H-1 rust...
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    http://i150.photobucket.com/albums/s90/geronki/201...

    http://i150.photobucket.com/albums/s90/geronki/2014/DSC_0052_zpsb8d89769.jpg
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    I have seen hard use classified differently.

    It can mean:

    - Beat the #$%^ out of, prying etc, generally what I consider abuse.
    - Used for hard cutting chores, this is what I feel is a term...
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    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/UnknownVT/Kn...

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/UnknownVT/Knives/SharpenKnifeP4X.png

    PDF:
    http://gpvec.unl.edu/files/griffin/B-PIKE%28ISU-UNL-GPVEC%29Downloads/SharpeningHowTo_DDG_2K7.pdf

    More detail
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    double tap.

    double tap.
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    Jip, exactly like a Boker EXK, don't know when or...

    Jip, exactly like a Boker EXK, don't know when or why but it has become a popular method of opening for many South African knife makers. At last years Knife Guild show we where discussing the opening...
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    Thank you for sharing your findings. What grit...

    Thank you for sharing your findings.

    What grit finish did you put on the edge and at what angle?
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    It is a Des Horn Imvubu with Nitrobe-77. My grail...

    It is a Des Horn Imvubu with Nitrobe-77. My grail :D
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    Home made one. ...

    Home made one.

    http://i840.photobucket.com/albums/zz325/geronki2/2013/IMG_20130921_180359_zps6fca8686.jpg
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    I agree with you Cliff, for me the bold bit is...

    I agree with you Cliff, for me the bold bit is what makes me like my experience with RWL34.

    What amazes me is that Sandvik, for example, produces very pure and clean alloys through conventional...
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    I did not know Fiddleback Forge made knives in...

    I did not know Fiddleback Forge made knives in S35VN. Damn, learn something new every day.



    They already have Cliff....CPM 154, but it is not labelled as "new and improved" IMO and therefore...
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    Congrats on a fine knife!

    Congrats on a fine knife!
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    From Sal:

    From Sal:
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    How can you then believe anything a steel...

    How can you then believe anything a steel manufacturer states about a steel? Do they cook the data to promote a steel in order to sell? ;)

    Scientific articles before publication has to be...
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    For me personally I just found that lowering the...

    For me personally I just found that lowering the angle and applying a micro bevel just gave me better performance.

    This came as a result of this video I saw years ago:

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    Is it really that far fetched to believe people...

    Is it really that far fetched to believe people sharpen their knives to very low angles?

    I mean all of my grandfathers knives look similar to this.
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    I agree Ankerson. Use them, enjoy them,...

    I agree Ankerson.

    Use them, enjoy them, sharpen them.

    Just to clarrify, when you are referring to compressive strength are you referring to

    compressive strength: The maximum compressive...
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    I do love Phil's work and effort put into the...

    I do love Phil's work and effort put into the design of the handle, the only thing stopping me from buying one is due to our local economic situation the cost on one locally is higher then a custom,...
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    Try the fine stones, 10 passes per side. If the...

    Try the fine stones, 10 passes per side. If the edge is not improved go to the coarse. Otherwise you are just wasting your time IMO.
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    Thanks for your thoughts. How does it cut...

    Thanks for your thoughts.

    How does it cut different material is one thing I would still like to know about the double bevel.
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    Firstly, welcome! Here you go, click on the...

    Firstly, welcome!

    Here you go, click on the below link, just scroll down.

    https://www.spyderco.com/edge-u-cation/clippositions.php

    The other option is to unravel your lanyard and do it over...
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    You basically mentioned the improvements most...

    You basically mentioned the improvements most people mention throughout the years (you would be surprised at the lengthy threads about this topic, google search Delica or Endura 5, if I remember...
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    I dont mind using my blades for hard cutting...

    I dont mind using my blades for hard cutting tasks, however I tend to:

    http://www.bladehq.com/imgs/shop-by-brand/all-chris-reeve/chris-reeve-think-twice-t-shirt-navy-long-sleeve-large.jpg
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    Mmmm....tactical knives...Since there is no clear...

    Mmmm....tactical knives...Since there is no clear definition on what is a "tactical" knife and mainly used as marketing BS I tend to go on the opinions of those that have been in the industry for...
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    I like it! Nicely done.

    I like it! Nicely done.
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