Grayman Knives is expanding their fixed blade stable with the institution of stainless steel options for certain models. Among the new variants are their two latest fixed blade releases, the Dua FX and Suenami 4.
Normally, a Grayman fixed blade comes with a chisel ground blade made from 1095 carbon steel – traits chosen specifically so the knives can best fill the role of hard use cutting tools. The new stainless options swap out 1095 for 440C stainless, and also reconfigure the chisel grind for a more conventional double bevel V-edge. The knives receiving a stainless variation include the Ground and Mega Pounder series as well as the Dua FX and the Suenami 5 and 4.
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