It is surprising that he didn’t use 52100 or AEB-L or something else.
Some new workhorse knives on Markos website looks like most are gone already
There is only one to do it. With attitude.
What’s his name? God put me on this earth to harass all vendors and custom makers. I can do it for you.
It’s best to ask the maker, could be just the spine.
It usually means that it’s a little softer, the maker may mean something a little different though.
Am I the only one who finds this confusing?
Whatever about calling white wh1 or wh2 that I see alot here too but W1 and W2 are different...
Yea it can be annoying. It's also seemingly becoming common by knifemaker suppliers, I have seen obvious 13c26 being sold as aeb-l, and...
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