So recently I noticed that RMJ tactical has started making their shrikes out of 1075 rather than their 80crv2 steel. I was a volunteer fireman when i descovered RMJ solely since I wanted a weapon that was just as strong as our 4140 steel halogen tool. I bought their kestral with 4140 steel and have yet to regret it. This steel can handle pretty much anything. The things we did to those halogens was frightening and I knew I wouldn't Regret getting the tomahawk. Since then they changed to 80crv2 which im told is easier to make, but a little weaker in comparison to 4140. Now they go to 1075 and my biggest concern is RMJ tacticals quality failing? I have so many wish list knives and tomahawks I wanna get, but is this a bad sign?