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Victory stainless steel filleting knives

GOOD quality stainless steel knives need to be tough but not hard, which is why the steel for Victory knives has sufficient chromium to ensure the knives don’t corrode and a high carbon content to help keep a good edge. The blades, which have a hardness of 54-56 RC, are made from steel that is imported from Germany.

The Victory stainless steel blade has a sub-zero (-78°C) quench after hardening. This particular process produces a strong, tough and wear-resistant blade with improved edge retention. It also produces a finer grain and Victory says this is the reason that its knives are less prone to corrosion and well-known for maintaining their edge.

Features of Victory knives include:

  • Made in New Zealand from top quality European steel
  • Used in leading abattoirs & fish processing plants
  • Maintains its edge well
  • Easy to sharpen
  • Sub-zero quench gives more corrosion resistance
  • Light & well balanced
  • Handle is food industry legal

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To find out how you can win one of 10 Victory filleting knives head over to the Fishing World website.

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