Yeah I almost forgot about those Wegner models. I wish that Spyderco and Tim Wegner had done more collaborations together. Even the OCELOT was a great design ( minus the paw prints). You can still get that same model through Tim Wegner's company i.e. Blade-Tech. I had one of those with S30V and it was one blade I had with S30V that I kind of liked.James Y wrote: ↑Wed Oct 21, 2020 11:38 amThe highest hollow grind I’ve ever had on a knife was in my old (and long-discontinued) Kershaw Liner Action crop point. The hollow grind on that went all the way to the blade spine. It was the first modern one-hand-opening folder I ever bought, not long before I got my first Spyderco, back in 1997.
The CRK Sebenzas are also high hollow grinds, the middle of which are actually ground thinner than the area near the edge.
Off the top of my head, the Spyderco I have with the highest hollow grind is my Dragonfly Salt. My Tim Wegner is pretty high, too, but not as much for its blade as the Dragonfly Salt’s is for its blade.
Yes sir one of the best. I think I read somewhere a while back the Sebenzas are done on a 10” hollow grind wheel and the Inkosi has a 20” hollow grind. Amazing slicers.