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Wow awesome, best ever testing with a catra machine. I haven't read it yet but I am looking forward to it! Thanks again for sharing Larrin!
The old ones are absolute tanks. And like holding a piece of history (yeah I know they sat in a drawer for 60 years)! Sorry for the hijack...
Just checked, STP is low on SAKs now. They have some good sales, but selection is hit and miss).
I get them at Sierra trading post (sign up for the email specials & you get 30%-40% off). Or ebay.
And I've acquired my favorites, pre-1954...
Typically all the steels listed would be charpy tested with notched samples. Great pains have to be made to make the test specimens exactly...
Sold Didn't take long - what a beast!
A beautiful blade indeed!
Very nice, I like that handle design. I kept trying to wipe the raindrop off my tablet's screen!
Thanks for the nice review. I like the spoon also! I have owned the same knife for 6 months and have also enjoyed it.
My condolences to the Crawford Family for their loss.
Nice knife & nice snag!
Thanks for posting the results - always interesting to see hardnesses of various knives.
Hanna and you guys will be in our prayers tonight.
Cool fat little knife, thanks for the review & pics.
I once had a bifurcated hauberk. Thankfully the doc caught it in time.
I have some D2 that will take a thin hair popping edge, and some D2 that won't. For me the qualities of D2 are optimized with the standard 600...
Will look forward to it. Using the CATRA tester allows you to focus on the prep, results, & conclusions for sure.
I love both of those knives. Thanks for showing them.
that was a great test - thanks!!