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Old 02-13-2018, 09:08 AM
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You can use the AEB-L if you prefer. For carbon, O1 would be a great choice and it is available in any thickness you might want. Other carbon steels like 1084 or 1095 would also be good but they are usually sold in 1/8" or thicker sizes. Most any carbon steel you can heat treat will do if you can find it in the size you want ....


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