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Question: What is the term for a knife-sharpening stone? Answer: The term for a knife-sharpening stone is a whetstone. Whetstones are used to ...

Question: What is the safest way to cut with a knife? Answer: The safest way to cut with a knife is by pointing the blade away from you and using it ...

At first glance, Schrade may not seem like a household name. It's a name that, although it has a deep history in knife lore, is not well-known. However, you ...

The IWA OutdoorClassics Show is one of the largest knife events in the world and I previously discussed the event being postponed due to coronavirus. The ...

IWA OutdoorClassics and Spyderco Amsterdam, are two of the largest knife events in the world and unfortunately, due to coronavirus, IWA OutdoorClassics has ...

Zero Tolerance has just released a new knife and that knife is the 0357, a classic flipper design knife. This knife has some similarities to it's predecessor, ...

Technical Specifications Blade Length: 3.15" (80 mm) With 2.87" (73 mm) Cutting EdgeBlade Thickness: 0.13" (3.3 mm)Blade Steel: VG10 (8Cr13MoV)Open ...

Everybody uses knives. They are one of the most useful tools ever invented. However, knives weren't always as fancy as they are now, and they weren't ...

The seax blade profile is deeply associated with Scandinavian and Viking lore. The seax was also known as the 'sax', or 'scramasax'. Although the Norse ...

No matter what type of knife you are looking to buy, one important thing to take into consideration is that profile of the blade. Different blade profiles ...

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