How does CPM 3V compare to others in it's class
I'm wondering how CPM 3V compares to D-2 or XHP? Those 2 steels are pretty tough as well and I'm wondering if they are indeed comparable?
Or for you guys that have actually used CPM 3V tell us what steel you personally would compare it to. I've heard that it has similar properties and characteristics as D-2 but I've never owned a knife made with this steel (CPM 3V).
It seems like you see it used on outdoor type knives the most>> I'm sure there is a valid reason for it too.
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