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+1 on spyderco waterway and ruike 14C28Ns
7'' S35VN with a finger choil.
The information conveyed in that 30 seconds video ads can be well covered by 4 words... should at least contain some example models etc. o_O
Thanks for the impressive work and the focus and passion led to it! This work established it's position in the knife steel history.
a camping knife in LC200N, or any bigger knifes with LC200N
Thanks so much! I don't think I could find this information by myself, it's professional :)
Yup, it's interesting to me to have more and more steel options. My current collections are all different steels except for M390/20cv/204p.
Latrobe's 20cv seems to be the origin of both CPM-20CV and CTS-204P. I found some old news that Crucible and Latrobe had a partnership early 2010,...
Was curious about the history of M390, 20CV, 204P, so did some search online. M390 was out back in 1988 per @Larrin in this thread. And found...
there is a "non-cheap" bugout version out there for sure, check out 535-191 Bugout :D:D
So, do all recent cold steel knifes (ones that are still in production) use tri-ad or there are ones using regular lockback?
That's great! I think so.
I see those names from bladehq, so was confused.
Like AD10 is lockback while 4-max is tri-ad, what is the difference? or there is no difference?
Cold Steel Demko AD-10 Lockback Knife
three color options, blue is one of them. They have one that has only single color.
Lionsteel TRE Titanium
Three color options, I like the blue one.
Forget that it's made in italy not USA and at smaller side too...
I will go with CPM154 on fixed blades, but for folders I don’t care.
D2 is not for fixed blade to me, so don’t care on folders as well.
From the spec, 3V aim hardness is 58-60, CPM Cruwear is 62
The CPM Cruwear spec has some simple comparison with 3V.
keep secret, try this: 1.5%C, 15% Cr, 50% Vibranium