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As title... scandi or flat grind on a knife.

Ive seen a nice little necker knife.

Its an enZo necker 70 they seem to have good reviews but only a 2 year warrenty.

They do the 2 different grinds on the blades but not sure which is better or more practical?

It will mainly be used for pauncing rabbits, whittling and fire making/starting... i did see one bloke hitting it through some logs making kiddling but dont think ill be doing that.

Or if anyone can suggest a different necker knife, but budget is only £50 (fathers day present)

Cheers for your help 

FF

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Flat grind for me, nice and slicey. Infact I've got a Enzo necker blade in the knife box. Bought it as project, bout 8 years ago...…..

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Flat grind. 

It's not that easy to sharpen a Scandi, you will need a very fine, big, perfectly flat wet stone, put down the scandy bevel on the stone and sharpen the whole bevel. No secodady bevel on the edge. This CAN result in a very keen edge but I think a flat grind is easier to maintain. 

Regards 

Nicolas 

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