TkoK83Spy wrote: ↑
Wed Nov 25, 2020 9:06 am
Short work week so I figured I'd give the lil Dragonfly a run. It's actually been pretty busy, A LOT of cutting these past few days. Not the most ideal knife for some of these tasks, but no complaints. It's a great little knife!
The Vtoku2 steel has dulled significantly since I started work on Monday morning, but I kind of expected that anyways. I did notice though, after a closer look...it appears that the bevel towards the tip has actually been worn down a bit compared to the belly of the blade. Does anybody else notice that in the pic below, or am I seeing things?? I did use the tip quite a bit with a lot of draw cuts through cardboard yesterday.
I see it. It does look different towards the tip. Still a nice looking knife!
I too am carrying VToku this week:
It’s been through heck and back. Very tough stuff. It never really chips, rolls, or deforms. Just seems to go dull. But I find that the more I sharpen/touch-up, the longer it will go. I also cut the bevel back some and it has become slightly more convex each time I sharpen. So that may have something to do with why I’m getting more mileage each time.
This knife was my first sprint, first frn, first Seki Spydie, first laminated blade. I lost it once and paid a $50 reward to a coworker for finding it.