In a video on the Ka-Bar site, Ethan Becker states that the original Kephart knife had a "doubly conveyed blade" (see video 1:58). Does he mean that it's a convex with a micro bevel?
P.S. I can provide a link to the video, but I'm new here, and I don't want to violate any forum rules.
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