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V bevel at 15 degrees per side then stropped. Tune ups with ceramic hone then strop which give the edge a microbevel and semi convex edge over time.
I can forgive Case for a lot of things, but that knife ain't right. That's unacceptable defect level gap.
1965-69 Case 6318, carried yesterday while I smoked a brisket.
2007 Case 5318
The knives pictured in the link look much better than the ones in the first photos released. I'll definitely be watching and hopefully they'll...
Awesome group shot!
Planning on adding a PU model to my collection just waiting for the faux ebony to be back in stock.
What year is that amber...
This particular 6375 has the smoothest walk of any knife I own. It is also an example of the only 75 pattern to be released in the Pocket Worn...
A Cobra has been my dream car since the first time I saw one. Had a 65 fastback back in high school until it was totaled by a lady trying to pay...
I'm in. Thanks!
Stockman, hands down.
But GEC Stockyard and jumbo trappers aren't far behind.
Schatt & Morgan ebony.
Case - Case trumps GEC for price, availability and variety.
GEC - The standard to which others are compared.
Queen/Schatt & Morgan - Everything...
Because of the loose pin on this old short line Camillus 69 I consider this one worn out. The pin is a little to short to re-peen so it is retired...
Although not exactly 'worn out' this old Camco is well worn. I found this among my dads things after he passed and it was the knife that ignited...
use your web browser to search 'Case trusharp vs CV bladeforums'. it will bring up several threads with lots of info.
Don't carry it often but it is a surprisingly comfortable knife for me to use but I wear xxl gloves. From what I've read here on BF I doubt we'll...
As long as it is pinned like Case does the kirinite and not just glued like the corelon I'd give it a chance.
'Chatoyance' - is an optical phenomenon in which a band of reflected light, known as a "cat's-eye," moves just beneath the surface of a...