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Spyderco Pro Venator

Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by oldscrimmer, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. oldscrimmer

    oldscrimmer

    205
    Nov 23, 2007
    I have a Spyderco Pro Venator which I acquired about 13-15 years ago. It has the rubber inserts in the handle and a rubber insert in the pocket clip. The serrations take up about ¾ of the blade edge and the rest is double beveled. It’s a lockback. I’ve never used the knife, just thought at the time it was neat and included it in a trade I was making instead of taking “boot” money. It was new in the box and has never been sharpened. Now for the question; does anyone know what the blade steel is? Steels were not among my priorities at the time, and since they don’t make it anymore, I’m at a loss to find what steel it’s made of.
     
  2. DaveH

    DaveH

    Dec 2, 1999
    probably better asked in the spyderco forum. I'll guess it was Gin1.
     
  3. oldscrimmer

    oldscrimmer

    205
    Nov 23, 2007
    Sorry, I wasn't watching what I was doing! I'll repost!
     
  4. DaveH

    DaveH

    Dec 2, 1999

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