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Subject:
Re: Well, me for starters

Oskar
Stainless is of course a requirement that does not show up in joinery. Its clear that hunters and many other knife users prefers stainless.

My point was that about surface quality. I´m no hunter, but I guess skinning is a good example. Is it critical that the edge remain free of defects when skinning? is "sharp, but leaving tracks in the wood surface" correspondingly a stop criterion when skinning?

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