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Thread: Any kitchen knife in Sandvik 12C27?

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    as far as i know wenger uses 12c27 as well.

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    I have a Mora boning knife (7124UG), really great value for money.

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    Two years later... . 12C27 is still used a lot by French Laguiole knife makers. They sometimes make kitchen knives, too. So you can sometimes find a semi-custom 12C27 kitchen knife from that part of the world.

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    Thanks, Mark. Since, I found that the 12C27 used by Opinel is in fact a modified version, with added carbon, thus going from .5 to .9%.

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    I'm probably wrong (I often am) but I was under the impression that 12C27 had been discontinued, and replaced with 14C28. Anyone know the truth?

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    Isn't the suisin inox honyaki series in 19c27?

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    The Knifewear damascus line is in that steel; but I know nothing about that knife.

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