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I love the feel of S90V, CPM M-4, Maxamet, and Elmax.
Mountain men knew what they were doing. They had no need for so-called "bushcraft."
And they didn't split wood with knives. They carried axes.:D
Green River knife. It worked for the Mountain Men.
Good choices. Happy that you're having good results.:thumbsup:
Wet/Dry sandpaper works. But I prefer the Atoma plates.
Contact CS about sending it in for a replacement handle. After using a Kraton handle, all others suck.
I'd like to have a S90V or MAXAMET blade for my Benchmade 610.
I prefer Shapton Glass, but those are both excellent stones.
Thank you, Larrin. Good info.
I get mine from Ken Schwartz.
I also like the 1, or .5, micron. Although from time to time, I polish one up for bragging rights and go down to...
Batonning is absurd. That's what axes are made for.
So-called "bushcraft" is just a euphemism for a tenderfoot trying to learn how to camp out.
I carry and use my Spyderco Manix2 Maxamet and my my Spyderco Military S90V, every day.
Admin strongly disapproves of me carrying these on...
What if you don't like DIY???
I can "make do" with S30V and sharpen it every couple of weeks.
Or I can spend a few dollars more and get Maxamet, and sharpen it every couple of...
Tacti-Kewl jes aint kewl no mo!!!:thumbsdown::(:thumbsdown:
Do you really need to ask??:rolleyes:
Is "Jake" a descendant of John Hoback?:p
As an historian, I guess it would be a Green River knife.
Among the highly experienced knowledgeable outdoorsmen that I have known, such as Forest Rangers, Game wardens, guides, etc, "Nessmuk" is a dirty...
Never had a Bark River that wasn't razor sharp. Same for Spyderco.