Some also have more trouble coming up with valuable reasons for a thread than others, but still want their BH #. Truth be told, I decided I wanted my BH # about a month before I posted my first thread in here, because I just didn't have anything worth saying.
Originally Posted by The Warrior
To the OP, I don't know if we're right at what you're playing at or not, but if I might make a suggestion, posting tons of worthless threads or questions that could be easily answered by a simple google search will just annoy people. However, if you really want to become a Beckerhead, I've noticed that people around here really like pictures of Beckers. Go on a hike, take pictures of your Becker knives stuck in various places. Tell us a story. Cook something. Use some outdoors skills. Show us how you build a fire. Mod your Becker and show it off. Strip and patina, make your own scales, etc. There are plenty of things that make a thread worth reading. Is it too much to ask to read through the threads here, and make a thread similar to one that you yourself found worth reading?
Another suggestion. Put a Becker through a serious destruction test like BRab did with his BK2. That's one of my favorite threads of all time.
Anyways, the two responses you got here should pretty much sum it up. READ first, post second. You may find it interesting to do a google search and find out what chromium and vanadium mean with respect to blades. If you're really interested in metallurgy, you may find it pretty cool. I did.
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