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    Has anyone made a kitchen knife out of the steel.I think it would make a great EDC,but can't find enough info on edge stability for use on a thin chef knife.

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    Not yet, but I surely hope it has!

    Pierre Rodrigue is doing a gyuto 250 in it for me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    That is an interesting finish.

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    Edge stability should be pretty fair, probably better than CPM-154. Many have complained about the ease of sharpening of S30V, however, and that is unlikely to be much improved in S35VN.

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    Apparently two of the biggest differences between S30VN and S35VN are ability to forge it and sharpenability. If this is true, it should make one hell of a knife.
    If it's good enough for Pierre and Spyderco, it's good enough for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larrin View Post
    Edge stability should be pretty fair, probably better than CPM-154. Many have complained about the ease of sharpening of S30V, however, and that is unlikely to be much improved in S35VN.
    Thanx for the info Larrin.I have never sharpened S30V.......I have read the complaints,but really how hard can it be to sharpen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post
    That is an interesting finish.
    Do you remember the Warther that Fish rehandled?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Do you remember the Warther that Fish rehandled?

    How cool would it be to get a thread of all of fish's rehandle pictures people have around?
    I didn't know him, but his work is legendary. I remember when I first saw one of his handles. I thought, "wow! Knives can look like that?"
    Maybe someone should start a thread, if it's appropriate.
    I can't help but think his handles inspired Marko, Stefan, Dave and all the rest!

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    I'd love to do a thread for Fish's handles. We can put it in the Media Center.

    And yes he was/is an inspiration to me.

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