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    My favorite knife, I take it on all my camping, hiking, canoeing trips.
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    Hard steel so you need to spend some time with it when sharpening but stays sharp for a long time.
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    What steel did they use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDM61 View Post
    What steel did they use?
    in this one they used N695 they say it's equivalent to 440 carbon
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    Quote Originally Posted by daverojo77 View Post
    My favorite knife, I take it on all my camping, hiking, canoeing trips.
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    Hard steel so you need to spend some time with it when sharpening but stays sharp for a long time.
    Nice blade! Looks like it would ballance well.

    Like your pipe too btw lol. Just had a bowl of Purple Cow.
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    Ah. According to the chart that Alpha Knife Supply has on its website, N695 is pretty much identical to the old Latrobe version of 440C.
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    in this one they used N695 they say it's equivalent to 440 carbon

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