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Discussion in 'Koster Knives' started by pepemrtnz, Feb 16, 2013.
You know what would RULE? Another run of the W&SS neck knife. That would make my day. Whose with me?
I am - sign me up! :thumbup:
I'm still on the list? So excited for this one.
Wait, there's actually going to be another run of these? Sign me up sir!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes - it's on the schedule for early summer this year. :thumbup:
I haven't added it to my order list yet because I need to wrap up a few other things first. But it will be there - and with several steel options available.
Sign me up! klinker
What steel are we talking about this time?
for the record - I will never do S90V again....no way.
M4, or 3v would be my vote.
3V is always "in the works"....it's a done-deal.
I'm open to M4....just haven't had a ton of people interested in it yet.
I've been nagging about this for I don't know how long. 3V will do me nicely, although I might possibly be persuaded to grab something else as well.
I like M4, CPM 154, and 3v.
Regarding grinds on the W&SS, any chance of a scandi????
I've been tempted to do a scandi grind - I would definitely want to use thinner steel for it, and probably not offer a skeletonized version.
Having owned and used several of your knives (present carry is a Woodlore) with scandi edges and owning a W&SS, I feel that the scandi edge enhances the usefulness of the little knife. The 3V definitely holds an edge longer and toughens a scandi grind. Just my personal observations and opinion.
I have secured a source for 0.100" thick CPM154. With a scandi grind - that would make an excellent bushcrafting neck knife.
I would offer both grinds, of course. :thumbup:
Sign me up!
Anymore for some m4? I'd be curious