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Kitchen knife review: Wusthof 4-Piece Stainless-Steel Steak Knife Set with Storage Box

I got this product as a gift first but then changed my mind and started using it. My previous knife set was not in good condition then and that is why I had to take this decision. It’s been almost 3 months I am using this one and I do not really have any such any complains against Steak Knife Set from Wusthof 4-Piece Stainless-Steel with Storage Box. Continue reading Kitchen knife review: Wusthof 4-Piece Stainless-Steel Steak Knife Set with Storage Box

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Review – KA-BAR Full Size US Marine Corps B001H53Q6M

Pretty much anyone reading this will be familiar with Ka-Bar and its history of hard-core reliability for everyday chores, as well as its unquestioned lethal efficiency in last-ditch combat applications.

Well- it is likely that anything you’ve ever heard about this legendary blade is true. The original pattern, almost identical to the one carried and relied on through WWII, Korea, and Vietnam and now in constant use by present day heroes serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and other places around the world, has always had features worth far more than its price would dictate. Exceptional steel, the blade will take, and hold, a shaving edge, and it can be re-sharpened in the field with just a bit of effort. ( I use a V-shaped ceramic rod sharpener on mine and have always been able to get that razor sharp edge again after just a dozen passes.) Continue reading Review – KA-BAR Full Size US Marine Corps B001H53Q6M

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Take a look to the small Kershaw Ken Onion Blur

Of small size (measuring 11.3 cm closed), but extremely handy and lightweight, blade type Combo with double threaded steel 440A with slightly curved profile, partially serrated 8.6 cm long and coated with Tungsten DLC black which gives it flexibility and resistance.

Probably one of the best blades deemed to be mounted on this type of knife, given the large and varied ease of use that allows us. Robust thanks to its two steel liners, black handle made ​​of aircraft aluminum 6061-T6 anodized aluminum with trac-tec inserts slip. Lanyard hole and stainless steel clip with two positions.

The light blade allows for quick usage guide and just very little pressure to be able to easily cut different materials. Equipped with a safe assisted opening system. The knife with the blade blocking liner-lok turns out to be very comfortable during use. It can be used in different situations as a versatile multi-purpose tool for the management of emergencies and for working outdoors, it is able to withstand all sorts of uses. Continue reading Take a look to the small Kershaw Ken Onion Blur

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RTAK 8626 II Survival Knife – Ontario Knife Company

The American Ontario Knife Company has a significant history in the manufacture of high quality knives. William Maudsley, William B. Ensworth and Charles Albert Brace were the founders of this company way back in 1889, The name is inspired by Naples in Ontario County, New York.

Like many big companies, the Ontario Knife Company has started from the bottom: it was vendors who roamed the countryside on a chariot drawn. The report of this company with its customers, however, continued to improve, thanks to the very high quality of the products. Since then, the brand has always been synonymous with high quality materials, excellent craftsmanship uncompromising and a real dedication to their work. Continue reading RTAK 8626 II Survival Knife – Ontario Knife Company

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Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Knife Pro

The Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Knife Pro has been designed in response to the wishes of many consumers who loved the Ultimate Knife, and it required an improved version.

The Ultimate Knife was a great model thanks to the convenience of the handle, the ease with which it could be used to carve wood and optimal characteristics for survival, but has often been criticized for having too soft a steel blade, which required during ‘constant use sharpening in the field. This model ‘Pro’ is the response to these criticisms by Gerber.

This knife is made ​​of stainless steel 9Cr19MoV: a steel with a high carbon content, very similar to the 440C, and is constructed so that the steel starting from the tip and reaches the apple. The dominant colors of this knife are black and orange, which promote the visibility of the knife where it can fall or there are conditions of limited visibility. Continue reading Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Knife Pro

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KA-BAR combat knife US Marine Corps Full Size

The KA-BAR USMC knife is one of the most famous knives in the world, and for good reason. This weapon was originally designed for the United States troops in World War II, and since then its efficacy has been universally recognized. This particular version is no exception.

The KA-BAR has a straight blade with a length of 17.7 cm, and a leather grip that makes it easy to hold. It is one of the few knives to present the brand of the bodies of Marine of the United States, and also has an angle of 20 degrees. The blade is made of steel 1095 Cro-Van, a material incredibly vigorous. Continue reading KA-BAR combat knife US Marine Corps Full Size

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Get up close and SOG knives

During the 60s, worked in vietnam a secret unit of the United States armed forces, known as MACV-SOG, who carried out covert operations patrol in difficult terrain and inhospitable. The members of MACV-SOG had supplied a legendary knife fighter, known as SOG knifes, specially made to support them in clandestine operations within the Vietnamese jungle.

In 1986, the American designer Spencer Frazer, inspired by the name of the military unit, founded the SOG Specialty Knives, Inc. The company created a commemorative copy of the SOG knife, which was a significant success in the world by launching the SOG brand. Today, the company, with headquarters in Lynnwood, Washington USA, offers a vast catalog of knives and multi-purpose blades. Continue reading Get up close and SOG knives

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Choosing the Perfect Military Knife

1 It should be emphasized once again, the best military knives are fixed blade with full tang. Definitely do not want your essential tool for survival will break in two, a situation that could happen with a switchblade. As a general rule, folding survival knives have a shorter life span, thinner blades, have a much higher chance of breaking under pressure. It ‘important to note that a fixed blade survival that does not have a full tang can break the knives as reclosable because the blade and the handle are not made ??from the same piece of metal. Continue reading Choosing the Perfect Military Knife

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Key features to look for the best military knife

The shank is the part of the blade that extends up to the handle. A good survival knife has the full tang which makes it robust, able to undergo any pressure, always using it properly.

The handle must be ergonomic, fitting the hand and made of a very durable material, which absorbs shocks and vibrations, however, must not deteriorate in any weather condition imaginable. The best ones are made ??of Kraton G-10 and Mycarta. Metal ones are excellent even if they are covered with rubber for a good grip. Continue reading Key features to look for the best military knife

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Features of the Best Military Knives

The basic idea of military knives for survival comes from the Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife WWII, a knife that was used by aviation.

The Fairbairn-Sykes has been used for a multitude of tasks, to combat, but also as a field knife. This knife was in the shape of a dagger, with a double-edged blade and a design that modern survival knives do not use anymore. Continue reading Features of the Best Military Knives