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#1 posted 07-28-2013 12:11 PM

Steve, the reason the back of any blade needs to be flat has nothing to do with a “wedge” or “geometry” or arguing.

It has everything to do with sharpness. Two points intersecting cannot produce a sharp edge if one of them is not flat. Simple. It’s just a physical fact.

So, while you are certainly entitled to your opinion, know that making statements that refute scientific fact does not constitute “thinking outside the box”.

Having said that, do whatever YOU thinks works for YOU. Be safe and enjoy….


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