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The Collaboration of the Elite and What it Means for the Consumer

Discussion in 'Survive! Knives' started by Anttheknee, Feb 6, 2016.

  1. chiral.grolim

    chiral.grolim Universal Kydex Sheath Extension Gold Member

    Dec 2, 2008
    Welllllllll ... it may make the knives more desirable or more expensive eventually... so that's a kind of trade-off. Or it may make other knives LESS desirable and over-priced :D
     
  2. Demonic1

    Demonic1

    Feb 18, 2008
    YEAH :).... I mean yeah. Not a "contest" contest.
    I'll have to see how the rest of my Starter knives turn out w/ the new process. From what I'm reading I'm glad all the bigger blades will be getting this.
     
  3. Brian77

    Brian77 KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Nov 27, 2014
    I have several Nathan knives. And in relatively hard use, under conditions that rendered the edge of several "standard steels", Nathan's 3v edge was still very sharp. I am so excited to get my Survive! knives in 3v and use them. If the heat treat and edge geometry are anything similar, it will be awesome. When men are humble enough and smart enough to ask questions and seek out other people to work together with and share knowledge, and experience, then lots of benefits come out of that...
     
  4. The cow

    The cow

    646
    Jul 3, 2014
    Looks like a semi-scandi. Real high secondary bevel. Hopefully that'll pass Guy's muster to bring a GSO scandi to market. That email Guy sent out sounds like it might be difficult to mass produce even though it is a "small" tweak.
     

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