Here is the chemistry for Sharon Steel 0170-06 (From Sharon Steel ref.book)
C: 0.95-1.10; Mn:0.30-0.50; P:0.025max; S: 0.025max; Si:0.15-0.25; Cr:0.40-0.60; Ni:0.25; *Mo:0.06*; V:0.15-0.25.
This is also the formula for KA-BAR's 1095CV. If one orders enough steel a steel company will make what ever one wants. That is the case with both Cold Steel Carbon V and Case CV variations on 0179-06. Slight variations can be thought of as entirely different steels or just a variation. It's all good steel but it still must be processed properly.
Unless there was a radical change that I didn't know about, Camillus processed the Carbon V with a lead potoil quench using a traditional Austenizing/Quench/Temper process. Dan Maragni's strong point was fine tuning the temps, making sure the heat thermocouples were proper, heating medium was proper, quench oil had the proper additives. He was (is) very good at that.
I like Dan alot and I miss our great conversations when Cold Steel was at Ontario.
Hope this helps.
Best Regards,Paul Tsujimoto,Sr Eng,Prod Dev and Qual,KA-BAR Knives