+1Evil D wrote:If I were given the choice of a Delica or Centofante 3 it would hands down be the Centofante.
I have to disagree, I'm not sure if its the texture or what I don't like. If it was made of aluminum I think it would've a whole lot better, but cost more.bh49 wrote:I owned several Delicas and carried two VG10 SE and ZDP189 PE for a while. All of them sold or traded.
Still I want to acknowledge that Delica a good knife and great value. I just prefer choil, different scales and the look of other knives, but their cost is double.
I never understood why Delica is more popular than cento3. IMHO both knives are in the same price range, but cento3 looks better and slice better.
dbcad wrote:Change is the only constant...
...Quite enjoyable and satifsying to have the number of knives decrease but the sharpness of the edges increase. The eternal quest for least resistance;)
Enjoy your edges folks:)
You can agree or disagree. This is my personal preferences. for scale material my top choices natural materials, the next choice would be micarta and polished (or at least smooth) G10. FRN is closer to the bottom, just one step above metals in this order: aluminum, steel, titanium.klug932000 wrote:I
I have to disagree, I'm not sure if its the texture or what I don't like. If it was made of aluminum I think it would've a whole lot better, but cost more.