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    Ontario Knife Company


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    I bought an Ontario SP3 with skull crusher pommel, and received it yesterday. Scary knife.
    They do not seem to have any homepage.
    Do you know what steel they use in the SP3?

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    Hey,

    I'm not sure of their website, but I do know that they use 1095 steel for that knife. Here's a link to a small amount of info about this knife including its steel type:

    http://onestopknifeshop.com/store/sp...7-bayonet.html


    Hope that helps!

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    Thanks. I should have checked our "own knife shop" before I posted...

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    Try http://www.ontarioknife.com. It was working a couple of weeks ago, but is under construction now. How do you like the SP3? Looks great to me, but I wasn't sure.

    Steve Ferguson

    Originally posted by Thomas J Ekman:
    I bought an Ontario SP3 with skull crusher pommel, and received it yesterday. Scary knife.
    They do not seem to have any homepage.
    Do you know what steel they use in the SP3?

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    Thomas. Don't know what search engine you usually use, but if it isn't doing well by you, suggest you try: http://www.1blink.com

    This engine is very fast, and gives you the results from 7 -- I believe -- search engines like Alta Vista.

    I just ran Ontario. The first 2 engines didn't have the company in their top ten. The third one had it as #1. Total time, no more than a minute


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    Thanks for the response. I've never used this search engine before. I normally use AltaVista or Metacrawler.

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