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 Post subject: Thomas Haslanger knives?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2012 1:48 am 
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Got one of his koa handle chef knives coming Saturday does anyone know how sharp they usually come or is it hit or miss like most. Peace Bullman



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 Post subject: Re: Thomas Haslanger knives?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2012 2:11 am 
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JB,

Do you know what kind of steel it is?



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 Post subject: Re: Thomas Haslanger knives?
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Cpms35v is the steel I have been told its similar to cpm154 which I am slightly familiar with haha, I heard this will hold one hell of an edge once sharpened. Thanks bullman



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 Post subject: Re: Thomas Haslanger knives?
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Haslinger's s35vn performs very similar to a basic carbon, but is fully stainless. Nice stuff.



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 Post subject: Re: Thomas Haslanger knives?
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burkecutlery wrote:Haslinger's s35vn performs very similar to a basic carbon, but is fully stainless. Nice stuff.


Mr. B,

Any idea as to hardness?

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 Post subject: Re: Thomas Haslanger knives?
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Not for certain, but I'm gonna ballpark it at 59-60.



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 Post subject: Re: Thomas Haslanger knives?
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Sharpened up nice but the tip is thin.

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 Post subject: Re: Thomas Haslanger knives?
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I've never sharpened that stuff James. How easy was it to sharpen compared to the AEB-L on the Artifex?



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 Post subject: Re: Thomas Haslanger knives?
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Honestly it was easier i thought or I have been doing so much abe-l the change through me off. Let me put it like this I was done start to finish on naturals in 30 mins I think it is easier or I could have just nailed the progression rite the first time. I wanted to do a video but all I had was an onion an I think people are sike of seeing me do am onion it potato but it's all I got at this time. If somebody wants to see what this thing will do on a potato with a Haslinger sharpened with Japanese naturals let me know. James



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 Post subject: Re: Thomas Haslanger knives?
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Video of Haslinger

http://i1188.photobucket.com/albums/z41 ... ba5d03.mp4



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