Fully serrated PM2 comming soon

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Re: Fully serrated PM2 comming soon

Postby BTG » Wed Dec 28, 2016 11:43 am

Zen wrote:
BTG wrote:Don't know if it's been mentioned, but was just looking at spydiewiki....and it's showing 2 PM2 Sprints to be released in 2017....both with 52100 steel...1 plainedge...1 serrated....
Very intresting. I am trying to find more infos about the 52100 steel right now. How is it compared to H1? What a pricerange will a such a sprintrun have?
Pretty much the opposite as far as rust resistance....52100 will patina from just looking at it....I'd put it closer to Superblue...takes a very sharp edge and holds it reasonably well...but not a stainless steel.....by a long shot...

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Re: Fully serrated PM2 comming soon

Postby Joris Mo » Thu Dec 29, 2016 1:16 pm

Would really like a black coated SE PM2 as well, how about making a bunch of the 52100's with DLC coating? That would make for great users!
(could also be 4 'different' runs so the production numbers could be a bit higher..) ;)

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Re: Fully serrated PM2 comming soon

Postby Donut » Thu Dec 29, 2016 10:08 pm

Joris Mo wrote: A SE 52100 sounds very interesting as well! Has there ever been a Spydie edged non stainless blade before?

I'll take a Cruwear FRN SE Military as well! :D
I can't remember if D2 is considered just above or just below the stainless line, but there are pictures where Sal had a single CPM D2 Para made for one of the members.
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Re: Fully serrated PM2 comming soon

Postby Joris Mo » Fri Dec 30, 2016 2:04 pm

Donut wrote:
Joris Mo wrote: A SE 52100 sounds very interesting as well! Has there ever been a Spydie edged non stainless blade before?

I'll take a Cruwear FRN SE Military as well! :D
I can't remember if D2 is considered just above or just below the stainless line, but there are pictures where Sal had a single CPM D2 Para made for one of the members.
I believe D2 to be a non stainless so that would count, but no production versions I guess?
My first PM was a CPM D2 version and I have quite some experience with regular D2, it is indeed quite corrosion resistant for a non stainless.


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