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This topic contains 31 replies, has 9 voices, and was last updated by  MarcH 08/20/2018 at 2:32 pm.

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    wickededge
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    I have had great results with the Maxamet Native and no issues with chipping. Sadly, I lost the knife to Italy’s Airport Security since I forgot to stick it in my luggage when heading home. That was a major bummer. They wanted to detain me for carrying it, but thankfully there weren’t any supervisors around at that time of morning and they let me go but kept the knife. I’ll definitely pick up another.

    -Clay

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    MarcH
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    Clay, I bet you’ll never do that again. What a bummer.  I do hope that you enjoyed Italy.  It’s a beautiful country.

    Please let us know if you have as good an experience with the new one.  I’m curious how consistent Spyderco’s hardening process is from batch to batch.  I have experienced differences in the same kind of super hard stainless steels used in the knives made by different knife makers.  I can only attribute the differences to the hardening or tempering processes.

    Marc
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