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Are Knife Super Steels Worth It? - More Than Just Surviving

Oct 02, 2014 · Based on just a few negative opinion user reports, the entire community seemed to rip the steel to pieces, proclaiming to have noticed sub par performance. Kershaw Volt Stainless Steel Folding Knife . Listen, if you want to know for sure whether super steels are worth it:get off the internet forums and start using your damn knives! Blade Material:440c vs 154cm Candle Power ForumsOct 26, 2008 · For a number of years it was the best blade steel made in the US. 440C never reached such status. 154 and ATS 34 declined in popularity with the emergence of CPM's S30V and some of the powdered steels like 440V and now even further with Hitachi's latest, ZDP 189. 440C's primary advantage is superb rust resistance.

C41 Native - Spydiewiki

May 18, 2021 · The C41 Native appeared in the following catalogs ( older, newer ):1997 Spyderco Products (C41BK with 440A steel type listed) 1998 Spyderco Products (C41BK) 1999-2001 Spyderco Products (C41BK, C41) 2002 Spyderco Products (C41BK, C41, also a non-existing C41BK with VG-10 is shown, released as C78) 2003-2005 Spyderco Products (C41BK, C41) Compare 20 Grades of Knife Steel - ThoughtCo

  • Why Steel Grade MattersNon-Stainless SteelsStainless SteelsDamascus SteelSpyderco blades with 440 series steel? - Spyderco ForumsMar 07, 2016 · But how would you say, for example, 440 compares to, say, VG-10 and other, newer blade steels on Spyderco fixed and folder blades? As a test example, say you could have a Spyderco Military, Paramilitary, or Endura or Delica, in 440 vs the current steels they come in, like VG10 and others, what would you personally prefer as far as edge-holding Fixed Blade Knives - 361 to 390 of 3664 results - Knife CenterBuy Fixed Blade Knives from Knifecenter - The Original and Largest Online Catalog of Cutlery

    Is 440c steel good for a knife? [Complete Steel Guide

    440c is mid-range (that used to be a high-end) stainless steel that offers great corrosion resistance and great wear resistance, and will take a great mirror polish so the answer is YES, Its a good steel for knives, but It has low toughness. Therefore I wouldnt recommend it for hard usage (A boning knife, for example), it would be a great Is 8Cr13MoV good knife steel? - [Complete Steel Guide Wear Resistance:8Cr13Mov offers a great Wear resistance, due to the mixture of Chromium and Vanadium in it. Sharpness:if used as a knife, while being hard steel, its easy to sharpen. Welding:Due to the high Carbon and Chromium in this Steel, it has a poor Weldability. Toughness:its has a decent toughness, but for its price, its good. Knife Steel Notes - Working Psychology58 Rc. All three resist rust well, with 440A being the most rust resistant, and 440C the least. The SOG Seal 2000 is 440A, and Randall uses 440B for their stainless knives. 440C is fairly ubiquitous, and is generally considered the penultimate general-use stainless (with ATS-34 being the ultimate) [this is

    S30V is better than 440A how come? BladeForums

    Nov 10, 2003 · Reading the metal sites, 440A is typically hardened to about RC 51. S30V is hardened to RC 58-60. Anecdotally, 440A would be much easier to take to a mirror polish. S30V will have somewhat better longitudinal toughness and dramatically better transverse toughness than 440A. S30V will have about 50% better abrasion resistance. Steel Chart - SpydercoSteel Chart Click here to download a PDF of this steel chart (107kb) Click here to download a two-page brochure with more details about steel(14 MB). Click a specific steel below to see its elements. Hover over an element to learn more about how it affects steel performance characteristics. Steel FAQ440C is fairly ubiquitous, and is generally considered a very good general-use stainless, tougher and more stain resistant than ATS-34 but with less edge-holding. If your knife is marked with just "440", it is probably the less expensive 440A; if amanufacturer had used the

    VG-10 vs. 440C vs. 154CM - Spyderco Forums

    Sep 24, 2004 · VG-10 vs. 440C vs. 154CM. Postby curious » Tue Apr 22, 2003 6:00 am. On Benchmade's site they state that 154CM is slightly better than 440C. I have read that 440C is inferior to ATS-34. Spyderco used ATS-55, similar in properties to ATS-34. Spyderco replaced ATS-55 with superior VG-10. Therefore, is it in some way wrong to conclude that VG-10