I was wondering what the difference was between the blank fleshing blade and the fleshing blades that I have seen for sale? Some people sell a "soft blank fleshing blade" and a "soft fleshing blade". They also sell a "hard blank fleshing blade" and a "hard fleshing blade".
What does the "blank" mean? I also wonder what most people prefer? I am pretty good at sharpening almost any kind of steel. Should I get a hard blade to start with?
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The blanks are just the formed steel that has the holes drilled or cut into it. The "Blade" has been sharpend and has had the lip put on it.
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