3v bushcraft knife

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This is my first bushcrafter in 3v. Came out great and was teamed with some beautiful dark gidgee and brass hardware.

I still think CPM154 would be preferred by most with its higher corrosion resistance and ease of sharpening but 3v is the toughest stainless around and certainly has its place.
 

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it looks great pap, and will be as tough as buggery and looking at your site they are reasonably priced as well.
 

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it looks great pap, and will be as tough as buggery and looking at your site they are reasonably priced as well.
Thanks mate. 3v is definitely different and it took more work than cpm 154. 3v is the toughest of all knife steels so I'm thinking it would be a great steel but Cpm154cm will be easier to sharpen and is more corrosion resistant. So just about confirming what is the best fit for the customer.

For a hand made knife I think they are well priced :)
 
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