I work with high end chef knives a lot at work and home, and have always loved the look of damascus steel. I have a collection of handmade knives from a workshop in Japan and a few of them are damascus type steel. It is not the old way of making damascus the the new billet welded method. I was thinking about seeing if they could actually smith a MOD for me with their damascus method I'm used to. Maybe some kind of mech mod or an RBA or even a drip tip. The damascus is so stunning to look at on my knives and it is a pleasure to work with. The only thing I am worried about is if there would be any reactions from the metal and eliquids. The description for the metal on my damascus knives is -" VG-10 Damascus RB knives are forged with 116 layers of high carbon stainless steel in the Damascus tradition with a marbled "Suminigashi" pattern" I'll attach a pic so you can see why I want it so bad.