Thanks.IG-88 wrote:Subscribed! Wicked video, seems to hold an edge very well! I'm glad I picked one up, now just have to find some scales
Didn't test it the same way, rope cutting etc so I can't really say.salmonkiller wrote:I am just curious how Spyderco's CPM S110V( Mule team18) compares to Spyderco's CPM M4(Mule team 2)
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Thanks for your time you put in doing these tests..
Thanks.ChapmanPreferred wrote:Nicely done! I missed that Mule so I will have to live vicariously through this sort of post!!!
Just wanted to show that it can be used for more than light use.Blerv wrote:That's pretty crazy, Jim. Thx for sharing .
Yes, they are both good steels, both have their uses.salmonkiller wrote:Thanks Jim.I think it would be a really interesting side by side test. S 110V and M4 are amazing steels.I am interested how they compare to each other performing the exact same task such as cardboard cutting.I hope you enjoy your knives and thanks again for posting and sharing your cutting tests.