Jazz wrote: ↑
Thu Jul 18, 2019 6:10 pm
Surfingringo wrote: ↑
Thu Jul 18, 2019 4:19 am
Jazz, I know you’re an old hand with the Salts, but are you certain that’s true? I’ve owned a LOT of serrated Salts and I have found they ALL have different levels of serration depth and “aggression”. I could be wrong but I believe this is due to the fact that the wheel used grind the serrations wears down over time and knives ground on a new wheel will have a different serration depth (and angle) than knives ground on an older wheel.
Well, bro, who knows? You have a good point, but every pic I’ve seen of the 1 looks like mine. Here’s a couple pics of my 1 and one of my 2’s. My Salt 1 has been sharpened a fair bit, but it was pointy and very aggressive when new.
Interesting. I have no idea, they may have changed something with the new salt 2. I do know for a fact though that all of the Pacific salts vary to some degree. Personally I kind of prefer the less aggressive serrations for my work. What is more important to me is that they are sharpened at a low enough angle that they are easy to microbevel.
And yes, I would agree that those are the exact same blades in those two photos.