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KNIFE BLOG

14.03.2024
People have been adding accessories to their knives ever since the invention of the tool. Whether you own a combat knife, a survival blade, or a utility knife, you always add accessories to it.
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12.03.2024
Wootz steel, also known as Damascus steel, is an ancient alloy used in weapon production that dates back to the 5th century BC. The material has a unique pattern due to the application of a complex chemical and heating process which was used during its production.
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11.03.2024
In this article, we will dive into the history, production, and characteristics of Damascus Steel. We will explore the process of making it, the unique properties that make it so desirable, and the myths and legends that surround this fascinating material. We will also examine how Damascus Steel is used today.
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07.03.2024
A dagger is a basic thrust weapon. It has a short blade and is held with one hand. Chiefly, a dagger is used to strike jabs, however, some daggers can cut, like kitchen knives. The dagger has been used since the Stone Age. It is a primary type of edged weapon throughout the entire world.
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06.03.2024
Among the huge variety of daggers, one unique type can be distinguished. The Qama dagger is a legendary weapon of the peoples of the Caucasus and Transcaucasia.
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05.03.2024
AUS-10 steel distinguishes itself in the knife world with its excellent blend of edge retention, toughness, and corrosion resistance, making it an attractive option for a wide range of users.
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28.02.2024
VG-10 steel is a top-tier choice for knife enthusiasts and professionals seeking a balance of durability, edge retention, and corrosion resistance. Its versatility makes it ideal for a range of uses, from culinary applications to outdoor adventures.
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27.02.2024
Knife makers use about 20 to 60 types of wood from the whole variety of wood types. It is important that the knife has a high quality and comfortable handle made of durable and stable wood.
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27.02.2024
The knife has always been and remains the only tool that has practically not changed in its entire history, and most importantly, it has not yet lost its meaning and purpose.
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