Haha, that makes me think of the thread that was going around on Friday about the Smock hollow grind lines. Lots of complaining about merely mm's of a grind being off. People that complain about that kind of thing clearly shouldn't even waste their time with the seconds sale because obviously you're not getting perfection!RustyIron wrote: ↑Sun Nov 15, 2020 5:36 pmHaha! That's funny. I was asking myself the same thing. People complain that their new knife has a machining mark on the inside of the liner that you can see if you hold your flashlight just right, or that there's a scuff on the edge of the blade that they're going to use to see how much cardboard they can cut. Yet they'll fly across the country to get a "second." Ahdunno. Maybe the prices are too good to pass up. I don't really want anything, but maybe the prices will be too good to pass up.
I think it's a great way to try a different model or steel that has eluded you or you didn't feel like paying the price at the drop. That's what I'm hoping for! Some kind of Native in G10 or a Military.