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    Just for clarification, I have never seen, unless it was a custom EKI, a true zero grind Emerson…they usually are chisel grinds with a flat side, and a ground side with a secondary bevel.

    I would venture to say that a true zero grind would have both blade sides ground to the very edge, not just one side as with most Emersons.

    I would think this distinction would be important for those trying to understand how the WE could handle it. I may be over complicating matters though.

    The Emerson I sharpened at the show was a custom knife and was a true zero grind on the beveled side, no secondary bevel at all and was completely flat on the back side.[/quote]

    good thing you put a secondary bevel on it then! Sounds like he was using it too hard for being a zero grind =)

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