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04-02-2010, 11:23 PM
I've seen a few flippers advertised with this steel recently . I'm asuming its from CPM . Can anyone enlighten me ? Jerry -
04-03-2010, 08:34 AM
I thought this thread would receive more attention and be more appropriately placed in this custom knife design & construction forum.
04-03-2010, 03:20 PM
S110V is a Crucible Steel. Here are it components:
I have a Phil Wilson kitchen knife of CPM S90V (CPM420V) and when I was working I used a Spyderco Military knife with a S60V (S440V) blade daily.
Both of these steels are more than excellent in edge retention. I love them because I don't have to sharpen them often.
The only knife that I have seen advertised with S110V is the Kershaw "Shallot". They are pretty inexpensive. I bought one just for the fact that it had S110V steel, but I have never used it. I would expect that it would have even better edge retension than my other two CPM knives.
04-03-2010, 05:50 PM
Jim - thanks for the info . I have several customs with S 30 V which I really like and was wondering if this S 110 V was an improvement over it. The knife in question, I have one of in S 30 V . The one with the 110 I just ran across was $100 higher - Jerry
Thanks Kevin, didn't think about that. Glad you did -
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