So today I break out my new ESEE 6 one of many I’ve had and used to cut down some small trees and nuisance plant life around my house. These small trees were less than the diameter of my pinky and were green and soft. After a few chops here a few push cuts there the trees and weeds were done for. I get inside and I’m getting ready to clean my ESEE 6 up and notice very small micro chips and quite a few spots where the edge had rolled my fingernail will catch a bur on one side. These rolls were not there when I got it. I didn’t hit any rocks or ground all soft green wood. I’ve owned and used a few 6’s in my day for much tougher tasks than this and no damage at all. I can get it all out with a few swipes on my ceramic rods and strop but I guess I was just surprised to see them since it was so lightly used. Anyone else see this on their 6? Did I happen to get the fluke with a not so perfect heat treat unlike I’m used to with these blades? I’ve used my Junglas and Junglas 2 much harder and nothing! I’ve batoned my 5 through some extremely tough wood at least 4” in diameter and no damage at all. Any comments would be appreciated!