440 stainless vs 1095

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Should be very similar; it'll depend on the heat treat, of course, but the 440 steels, if unlabeled, were likely 440A, a fairly soft stainless. 1095 is usually run a bit harder (unless it's a chopper or the like meant to take impacts) but will lack any of the chromium carbides present in most stainless steels.


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Jun 17, 2011 · 440 Stainless vs High Carbon blades. Discussion in 'Edged Tools' started by Swissarmy, Jun 15, and 440C stainless steel (both knives were discontinued years ago). I can't imagine not doing the same with a stainless. Anyway my 1095 is still looking and performing exactly as it is supposed to. Get the knife you want (or both of them).


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May 03, 2018 · 1095 This is an old high carbon (non stainless steel). It’s tough, but that’s about it. 1095 stains easily and thus is often coated, especially in fixed blades.


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Oct 12, 2009 · 440 stainless is a softer steel then 1095 carbon, making it easier to sharpen, but dulls quicker too, it's fairly rust resistant, so almost no worries about it rusting much. 1095 is hard and hard


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Aug 18, 2013 · 440C is the superior steel, and it does indeed have more carbon the 440A. Generally the progression runs from 420 series to the 440 series (440A, 440B and 440C). If it just says "440 Stainless" it's probably only 440A (or a lower grade, many offshore 420 equivalents are marketed as "440 Stainless").


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Jun 17, 2011 · 440 Stainless vs High Carbon blades. Discussion in 'Edged Tools' started by Swissarmy, Jun 15, and 440C stainless steel (both knives were discontinued years ago). I can't imagine not doing the same with a stainless. Anyway my 1095 is still looking and performing exactly as it is supposed to. Get the knife you want (or both of them).


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Like the 420HC stainless steel, the 440C stainless steel has the ability to developing a greater hardness than other grades in the 400 series when heat treated. Again, like the 420HC stainless steel, the 440C stainless steel possesses a high resistance to abrasion, corrosion and wear, making it


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Blade materials are those used to make the blade of a knife or other simple edged hand tool or weapon, such as a hatchet or sword.. The blade of a knife can be made from a variety of materials, the most common being carbon steel, stainless steel, tool steel and alloy steel.Other less common materials used in knife blades includecobalt and titanium alloys, ceramics, obsidian, and plastic.


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May 03, 2018 · 1095 This is an old high carbon (non stainless steel). It’s tough, but that’s about it. 1095 stains easily and thus is often coated, especially in fixed blades.


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Jul 30, 2019 · Stronger than the 440A group of stainless steels as a result of higher carbon content, 440C is a high chromium stainless that has excellent hardness properties. Slightly less corrosion resistant than 440A, 440C is more widely used and is better regarded because it takes and holds a sharp edge, that is tougher and more stain resistant than ATS 34.


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May 03, 2018 · 1095 This is an old high carbon (non stainless steel). It’s tough, but that’s about it. 1095 stains easily and thus is often coated, especially in fixed blades.


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Mar 02, 2012 · A common stainless steel that is very close to 440c in performance. D 2 With its high carbon and low Chromium this may be the closest you can get to carbon in a stainless steel. Knife makers love this steel. Another name for 1095. Spring Steel Could mean a lot of things. Usually 1070 or 1095.


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Jun 01, 2004 · The 420 will not be as hard as the 1095, but since both would be used in a tempered condition there probably isn't a lot of difference. Good knife blades are 440C. More Cr and C. Harder, tougher and more corrosion resistant. They still can't be honed as sharp as a 1095 razor. But they sure hold up in service a lot better.


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Oct 27, 2008 · ReBlade Material440c vs 154cm zdp will rust up pretty easy thats why spydie laminates zdp189 between two layers of 440c in alot of their knives. And Teeming With Souls Shall It Ever Be.


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Aug 19, 2014 · I don't know about the stainless, but I have a few of their knives. I use my ESEE6 more then my 4, mainly as a camping knife. ESEE does a great job with the 1095 I find they hold their edge well and would recommend purchasing one If you don't have one already.


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Nov 07, 2001 · Grade 440C stainless steels are high carbon steels, which attain the highest hardness, wear resistance and strength of all stainless steel grades after heat treatment. These properties make this grade suitable for applications such as valve components and ball bearings. Grade 440A and 440B stainless


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