Your preference and why please.
Is a 154cm piece of poop a big one?
Your turtle skirt is exposing your FUPA.
D2 a reference to a Howard the Duck comeback??
154 cm = too-short downhill skis.
D2 = the last good Emilio Estevez movie?
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I'd take the 154 cm on a shorter knife for the superior corrosion resistance and better edge holding ability. For a longer blade, I'd take the D2 to make sure it didn't break.
Bring back the Sig Test!
The D2 is BM. It holds the edge better but is not as corrosion resistant as 154, right? The thing is, I'm not sure if I should be looking into D2 now. I'm getting a G10 BM Axis 13150-1 in D2 and I was just wondering how it would be compared to my 585BKS as an edc.
I'm a member of all three forums.
Are you a Spydiefanboi?
I used a D2 knife years ago and didn't have a problem with corrosion and I used it in a marine environment. You just need to keep it clean.
I have a few Spydercos; I started carrying them when they only had s/s handles. They're all users or former users though. The only thing I collect is old SAKs.
I keep them well oiled. I hate how thick BlueLube is so I won't go and buy it. I use Mineral oil since it would be food safe.
So in your opinion, if you were to have one BM, would you go for D2 or 154?
Well.......either way I'm getting the G10 BM Axis 13150-1. I guess what I'm asking for is which steel is superior between the two in terms of durability, edge holding, and sharpening ease?
Molybendum? I believe it adds some flex - counterbalances the brittleness out that carbon puts in...what makes it hard and hold an edge also makes it fragile, oddly.
Some with a better understanding of metallurgy would explain this more clearly and accurately. But there is a lot of shared knowledge and application between bikes and blades.