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This is really exciting, but KSN predicts in Thermo-Calc that SPY-27 will underperform S30V in CATRA and even more so with M390. How can your...
SPY-27 looks like it's not boring.
It's called the YoJumbo.
Did anyone else notice the SpyOpera in the video at BladeHQ was XHP and not M390?
The two things that caused me to hesitate on this knife are the overly thick blade and the Allen screws.
I can't wait to see how awesome M398 is, how crappy XHP is and how boring SPY27 is.
I'm carrying a Sage 6 stop-lock with titanium liners and carbon fiber scales in an alternate universe.
Does anyone know who will be doing the heat treat? Lionsteel usually comes in < 60HRC for M390 while Spyderco is usually > 60HRC.
SPY27 is basically an improved American version of VG10.
You're probably gonna need more Vs.
Dice and Domino are ball bearings.
Does anyone know if the SpyOpera will have PB or Teflon washers? I'm fearful it will be Teflon since Spyderco didn't bother to mention anything...
And XHP. I want to see how bad it is. :D
Thank you Larrin for your article. I read it almost night before bedtime as it's very relaxing.
If that's the case, I would personally be more inclined to buy something in ZDP-189.
I've never used either, but that is really interesting information.
Any possibility of adding XHP to your 48 steel test in the future? Are there any others that might get added?
I think it's interesting that ZDP-189 offers no real advantage over S110V and isn't even close in corrosion resistance.
I have a Spyderco Dice in XHP. I have not been impressed with the edge retention. I think S30V and M390 are superior in both edge retention and...