- Apr 25, 2013
Wonder if they ground that with running water or... Yea who knows.
Still don't want one in 56hrc 3v.
I don't need a prybar.
Different knife same steel.
Fairly chippy, less edge retention and bends pretty well. Dunno where you made up those numbers but Benchmade themselves said 56-58hrc.
Also if they grind that tanto without running water... Wonder how burnt that edge could be.
Edit... Added the vid. My bad.
Didn't make em up just what I have seen reported on IG so take it for that it is. I think it was a slow belt with water dips in between, and honestly with my uses, I'm never gonna notice if they burnt the edge, I have the luxury of buying what I like aesthetically, performance ideals impact me very little, but they are nice.
dont see them on the list.************** I’m pretty sure is a supporting member. It’s a really cool shop! Live nearby and go in from time to time. Really nice people in there and they’re really knowledgeable. I am pretty sure they’re the ones doing this. Or one of them.
dont see any water, no running water on the belt and no dipping water. look at those sparks.
and of you already didnt know they are already 55-58hrc, wonder what thats going to do to the hrc of the edge.
Rivers Edge I’m pretty sure is a supporting member. It’s a really cool shop! Live nearby and go in from time to time. Really nice people in there and they’re really knowledgeable. I am pretty sure they’re the ones doing this. Or one of them.
It's a Bugout that has a less chip potential steel, a thumb ramp, and a aluminum grommit (I can pop bottles with it so that's a plus), no more no less.