I got to agree with you on the BD1 steel. I find that I can get a very sharp working edge
that holds up well. Easy to sharpen and maintain. I have both the BD1 and S110V.
The S110v is great but once dull it is a pain to sharpen. Super Steels can be a super pain in the butt.
I work in a warehouse and use my Spyderco Native 5 S35V often to cut a variety of materials - cardboard, plastic wrap, plastic
straps, rubber hoses. Occasionally I strop it on corrugated cardboard from a box. It seems to work well.
Anybody else use this? What are your thoughts?
The Delica Sabre grind was my 1st "good knife". If only I stopped with the Delica. But no I went down the slippery slope of knife love. 35 years and many $$$ later I'm still looking for "The One". Now I buy one or two production folders a year.
Moderation in everything including moderation.
I joined here in 2002.
Can't remember if I was looking for anything specific.
My favorite knife at the time was my Benchmade 705.
Have my interest in knives changed? Not a whole lot. I've always leaned toward 3 - 3.5 inch modern production knives. I have developed an interest in traditional...