Wako just posed this today on his youtube channel. Interesting testing he does, with some very hard wood. Bravo1 : A2 or 3V? -- It's a long video.
By the end he basically says 3V is better for bushcrafting than A2 version. It's thicker edge geometry forced the wood to split away from the edge. So it seems to carve into wood better, in that regard. ymmv.
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back, damn that was along video LOL.
I always like his stuff.
Well got the Bushcrafter today, looked and it, felt it, compared it to my BHK Woodcrafter and sent it back.......
THAT IS ALL
Decided no more Bark River for me, they are damn nice knives but I personally don't like the convex grind, convex edge yes, convex grind no.
I think another BHK is in order.
You returned the bushcrafter, what bhk is in your sights? I like the looks of those scouts but haven't figured out why the cost twice as much.
Not sure, I will give it a little bit of thought...
lol you crack me up man
Flex I'm the opposite. One I started using Convex grinds a few years back I started preferring them over other grinds. I know 3v is the rge right now with lot of folks and companies. I'm just not really sure myself if its worth it for me. As far as thicker edge geometry on the 3v. Bark river thickened their edge geometry up on alot of their models.
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