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    Quote Originally Posted by seattle_lee View Post
    Tanaka blue is much more reactive than the other blue steel knives I've got, and I wouldn't buy them again,
    Is the blue steel overly reactive or just the damascus cladding? I guess a better question is what series of Tanaka blue steel do you have?

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    it's the cladding that's very reactive, core itself is not all that reactive actually an excellent steel.

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    Yeah, I've got the damascus. Good to know that his other knives aren't so reactive.

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    The stainless is ungetable I want a 240 so bad

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    The stainless one I have has good edge retention

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