What if you roughed it up with some 220 grit sandpaper first?
It's great, you will not be disappointed! The Byrd serrations are hands-down the best IME and the 8Cr13MoV steel strikes a great balance. Plus the fit and finish on mine is better than the F&F on my Seki-made Tasman Salt.justjohn wrote: ↑Fri Mar 13, 2020 5:32 pmJust gotta say that as a result of all the positive hype (which I know to be true) I have one inbound at this time with an ETA of March 9. It is being escorted by a Native FRN Maxamet, and a Salt 2 FRN Wharncliffe. I plan on unboxing the Byrd first, that's how much I am looking forward to getting this great knife. BTW, THANK YOU Mr. Glesser for the OPFOCUS Program, without which I could not have afforded all 3 knives.
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