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    O1 and L6 I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HHH Knives View Post
    Cool. Looks awesome to me! What steel types are in this blade?
    Del can correct me, but I believe it is an 01/L6 mix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    The patina on the edge bevels? Not at all. How does the damascus cut compared to straight steel? Not sure. I wouldn't be able to notice the difference in a blind test between it and any other high quality steel. Plus the steels used and Del's heat treat also affect how it cuts. It take a very nice edge and holds it quite well, but I am sure Del's straight steel knives are no different. Supposedly a damascus cutting edge will get "toothy" as you use it because the different steels wear at different rates. I have not really noticed this, but I probably sharpen too often to let it develop any sort of tooth.
    The wear resistant qualities of O-1 and L-6 are similar, but not exactly the same, however with the passion that you guys have for sharp, you will never notice the toothiness effect, because you guys would sharpen before you get to that point, Just as Johnny said above
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    With a lighter or no etch, this effect would develop along the entire blade. I think it's quite attractive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    I think it's quite attractive.
    And I'll bet the ducks appreciated it as well -- if you gotta go, go in style!
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    Interesting images - but I guess that's pretty normal due to the methods of production.

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