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I've noticed this tool.
I suppose you could drill out the rivets in the sheath and add some padding along where the edge would be.
I would concur.
I think that we can all agree the minimizing drag between the blade and the material being cut will increase cutting...
I purchased a Case Stockman (with a wharncliffe blade in place of the spey) and both blades had a nice full height hollow grind.
The blades are...
I bet the knives come with a free case of Covid19 now.
Kind of disappointed that KnifeCenter would even carry Quartermaster.
I cut a decent amount of cardboard each week due to all the packages we get from Amazon.
I use the proper tool though. :D
ProTech is great, but I wouldn't want to own anything associated with Strider.
Ha! That's how knife making goes! Always one "last" piece of equipment to buy.
It would be possible to do that particular grind using a radiused platen, although the hollow would so shallow that you might as well just flat...
Hollow: Works well for most things.
High/Full Hollow: Even better for general EDC use. Could work in the kitchen similar to a flat grind.
I think you misunderstood my post. You are not the average user. I highly doubt that anyone on Bladeforums would fall into that definition. The...
Full height hollow grinds (The hollow grind extends from the edge to the spine like a full flat grind.) executed with a large diameter contact...
Some people have more money than sense and this explains many knife purchases.
Many companies/makers go with flat grinds because they are a bit more robust for the average user who doesn't understand how to use a knife.
Virtually any Victorinox SAK
Victorinox kitchen knives
Black Talon II with a 5" blade.
Frenzy with a 4.5" blade that is 2 or 3 times as wide and fully flat ground.
Broken skull in satin without...
Hmmmmm. In that case you could buy .357 Sig pistol along with .40 S&W and 9mm conversion barrels.
That would be a pretty versatile combo.
You could try soaking it in Evapo-Rust.
You can't buy a legitimate damascus knife for $20.
$20 will buy about 1" of damascus bar stock.
Was it on consignment?