zvir wrote:In this case "single bevel" doesn't equal to "chisel bevel", it's just as opposite to original "double bevel":)
OK Brother educate me a bit here would you
Truly I thought that most chisel edged blades were single bevel? I used to have an old Timberline fixed blade, it was the SPECWAR model that was popular about 12 years ago or so>> and it was indeed a single bevel blade that you only sharpened from one side.
Also I had another fixed blade knife made by BUCK of all companies. It was a titanium-nitride coated, model 119 fixed blade hunting knife that is super popular in it's original format>> and coated model was made to only be sharpened on one side. They quickly discontinued it because virtually everyone ignored them and sharpened it on both sides thus ruining the knife for all intent and purposes.
To me I've always considered something like the blade on a wood plane to be a single bevel edge? But what the heck I learn something new here at the forum all the time. So tell me where I'm missing it?