Custom Handmade Damascus Steel Hunting Knife 16" Overall Length APROX
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Comes With Free Sheath
Size Details :
Overall Length : 16"
Blade Thickness 10mm
Handle Material :
Stainless Steel HRC 56-58.
Maintenance / Cleaning
Keep your Damascus blades healthy with proper regular cleaning after every use and the oil it with food safe mineral or coconut oil, it will prevent the coming on the blade which will keep your blade safe for life.
If you have seen rust accidentally then use WD40 to remove it Never store your knife for long time in leather sheath. Leather can absorb water which will rust the knife. Always clean the blade after using and apply oil or wax (please use cooking oil on Chef...
Looking around Drop I see some love and rather more hate for Chinese knives.
It's one of those things where everyone's coming to the table from a slightly different direction and has their own reasons for feeling how they do. Not too many people are neutral on the topic. Sparks fly.
Me? I'm a big white Midwesterner, born in a small-ass flyspeck of a town 20 miles south of the edge of nowhere. I've traveled some, but never to China; I've worked for Chinese businessmen, but only in the US; I don't speak the language beyond ordering food and I have about as many natural connections to the Chinese knife industry as I do to the man in the moon. I grew up seeing the cheapest things stamped 'Made in China' and knowing people who had fought, when they were younger, in the Korean War against Chinese 'volunteers'. (Which most of us learned about watching MASH.)
To us, China was shady, an enemy, a punchline - a place where cheap BS got made, and if you would have asked me...
This is something I got into a while ago because I kinda like the idea of personalizing my knives and I like how certain colors look in the light. It's turned into a hobby. I don't know that there's a deeper meaning to it than that - I try to do things I like :)
There's lots of resources available if you want to learn about dyeing things online, and considerably fewer out there about dyeing knife scales. There's walkthroughs for doing this on the stove, and you can try that if you want. Some of the methods I have seen are... well, dangerous, and not in a good way. Others work but have little room for error. so I ended up experimenting and drawing on background information a bit to come up with a process to do it. I use a microwave! In a lot of ways, it's much easier, and you aren't staining up a metal cookpot, and especially once you get used to it, it's a lot easier to get just the effect you want, no darker or lighter.
The first and arguably most important step is the...
On Massdrop, there are beginners who are just starting out and experts who really know their stuff. Wherever you find yourself on the spectrum, you should always be able to find answers to your questions within the community.
There’s a tactical knife for every occasion. Some come with screwdrivers, some come with glassbreakers, and others come with a little of everything. Whether you need a knife for everyday use or emergencies, you can usually rely on a tactical blade.
Want to know the difference between various grip types? Or what kind of steel is best for which task? Maybe you just want to learn a bit more about the history or development of these utilitarian blades?
The best way to find the answers to your questions is to ask the community. There are members who are experts in pretty much every area you can imagine, and they can help you go from beginner to pro.
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A while back I decided to pick up an Orca to see what they were all about, and ended up paying for the purple Mokuti version.
Liked everything about the knife but the inconsistent mokuti coloring, which was pale, winey, and a little yellowish, because of how the mokuti was done.
Moreover the liners were barely anodized at all:
Long story short, I wasn't unhappy enough to go through a returns process, and held onto the knife, which had an undeniable luxe feel to it. Reate makes 'em well. It joined the rotation.
Cut to today: I decided screw it, I'm reanodizing it.
I took it apart and cleaned it all up, and decided to keep the anodization on the clip as is, but everything else was going to go electric blurple.
Incidentally? @erickong will find this interesting: like the Lynx, this is an unkeyed pivot that was initially held in place with a glob of threadlocker:
Because it's adjustable from both sides, unlike the Lynx, it's not...
WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS SITE... I USED TO BE ABLE TO COME HERE, BROWSE ITEMS OF INTEREST, PURCHASE, REQUEST AND WAS ABLE TO RECEIVE NOTIFICATIONS WHEN SOMETHING I WAS INTERESTED IN BECAM AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.NOW I COME HERE AND YOU HAVE TOTALLY DESTROYED THE SITE. I FINALLY GET ME EMAIL STRAIGHTENED OUT ONLY TO HAVE YOU STOP NOTIFYING ME OF ANYTHING...OH BUT GUESS WHAT..I HAVE A $15 CREDIT I CAN USE.. ON ONLY GOD KNOWS WHAT... YOU CAN KEEP IT COS IF I TRY TO USE IT IT PROLLY WONT GO THRU ANY WAY...