I have seen some folks like Roman Landis say that they oil quench air hardening steels. I am thinking about CPM 3V and maybe later some ALDO AEB-L equivalent. I have both AAA and 50 and I was wondering if you could quench it in 50 that had not been warmed up to perhaps make it a less violent clinch. do any of you have any experience with this? I would be going straight into dry ice after the quench and then tempering it 400 F. I have previously left these steels to the care of professional heat, treaters while I do my own regular high carbon stuff. The problem now is that either the price and the wait time have become unacceptable or, in a couple cases, these heaters are no longer taking small batches.