Yes please on the picture. It doesnt *have* to have a zero bevel for it to be a good working knife, but whether it is or not will determine how you use it and sharpen it. There is a big debate surrounding the zero bevel or not issue. Personally, I love it for working with wood, whittling, or whatever. Once the bevel is there, I also find it a very easy edge to maintain. In fact the easiest of the knives I own. I believe others feel the same. But there are other solutions. Full convex grind is very popular and makes for a ferrociously sharp knife, but again, personally, I find the edge much more difficult (compared to a flat grind) to maintain. Horses for courses.
Originally Posted by bushwacker bob
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