I don't have any numbers, but I agree that it would've been interesting. Normally I'm right on top of the Mules and order one the first day, but I slacked off just long enough last fall that they were being recalled two days before I tried to order.cckw wrote:Did anyone do a test on the bad ones? would be a fun fact
*Landon*sal wrote: .... even today, we design a knife from the edge out!
I was pretty confident they'd do a great job on the heat treat. I've been in meetings where we discover that a mistake was made in manufacturing and I can only imagine what it was like there. I think we can see that Spyderco did everything they could to make their customers happy with the product. They released them at the same price too. That's the company that I know and love. It makes it easier to spend money when you like who it's going to!The Mastiff wrote:The numbers couldn't be better for a knife with this steel going for toughness AND wear resistance. Beautiful! Joe
This forum is a great resource and I like to give back a little when I can. I normally just browse and don't say much.2cha wrote:Thanks JLS for the effort and especially the sharing!!
I didn't notice it on the one I tested last night, but I really didn't look that hard either. I pulled it out, wiped off the oil with some acetone and tested it. The other still hasn't left it's box, but I'll check later tonight.xceptnl wrote:I noticed the same "spots" the were mentioned in a previous post (jackthedog). I wiped off the oil that was on the blade and the spost were still there. I don't know if this is a side effect of the second heat treat to make them the proper hardness or what.
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