mikeh99 wrote:S30V is my fav because it is the only left handed version I know of. What choice do I have.
I think you might have something there...bh49 wrote:I didn't vote. I never carried and used Military. And I also surprised to see Cruwear as a leader.
Another steel surprise for me that M390 is not getting sufficient recognition among Spyderco crowd. May be this is due to fairly rare use of this steel by maker. But this steel was used at least as much as Cruwear.
I certainly can't disagree with "Invective" because I also have a lot of sentimental attachment to my former 440V, full SE Military model. Other than 440V being a monster to sharpen I also found it to be a great steel for fully serrated blades. Because I also have a Golden, CO made Native, full SE and 440V blade steel and I still marvel at how rugged and resilent that knife has been over the past few years.Invective wrote:I went with 440V because that one also came in full SE and a Full SE 440V Millie is one heckuva knife
Indeed! I'd rather have 3V in G10 than the M390 in carbon fiber, but that was the sprint that was available when I wanted to buy a Military so that's what I have.TomAiello wrote:I think the time has come for a 3V Millie sprint.
Agreed. Not really a bad steel in the mix. For me it comes down to which handle material, but I have a hard time choosing there too, I love the CF, and the Titanium and fluted Titanium ones... but I really like the G10 too . Good thing I have multiple pockets.chuck_roxas45 wrote:I can't choose. I like 'em all.