I"ve used the Crossbill extensively, and occasionally the Tasman salt.Two different blades in the curve and tip as well as the thickness and grind. Byrd knives are hardened to around 60HRC, so while they do hold an edge well, they are not VG-10. That hardness does show itself during sharpening sessions. However, the H1 also work hardens to around that and I haven't noticed much difference between the two on that matter.
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Hawkbills- Sink in the tip, and let it rip!!!