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					<p>It is difficult to tell if a knife has been properly heat-treated by simply looking at it. The contrast between the knife&#8217;s surface and heat treatment can be determined by using it continuously. Heat treatment is essential for a knife to be able to perform at its best at the task at hand. You should [&hellip;]</p>
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					<p>I have covered how to create blades using the traditional method but there is another method you can use to create a knife without having to forge your blade. This method of creating knives is called the stock removal method. The difference between the stock removal method and the traditional way of making a knife [&hellip;]</p>
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					<p>It is essential to protect your blade, especially if you are in a survival situation since your knife will keep you alive. One of the things you should avoid doing is stabbing your knife into the soil when you are in the field. Dirt can still be abrasive to your blade, similar to stabbing a [&hellip;]</p>
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					<p>A knife is simply a blade that attaches to a handle. There are many types of knives available, each designed for a specific task. Consider what you want your knife&#8217;s purpose to do in the long -term before you decide on which knife you will make. It&#8217;s always a good idea to test out different [&hellip;]</p>
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					<p>Sharpening your blade is the last step of knife making. Each knifemaker will have their preferred method for sharpening blades. The knifemaker can choose which method is best for them, but it&#8217;s what really matters. Any method that works well for your knife will work. There are many sharpeners on the market. It can be [&hellip;]</p>
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					<p>You’ve probably seen the term thrown around forums and knife product descriptions. Cryogenic treating, or processing, or refining, or whatever a knife manufacturer decides to call it, sounds suspiciously like marketing nonsense. Blade Mag covered this topic pretty well by interviewing some high profile knife makers like Paul Bos and Bob Bealy. The process is explained [&hellip;]</p>
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					<p>Almost all knives will be made out of variations of two different steels: carbon and stainless. The crazy sequences of numbers and letters you sometimes see pinned to a knife are the steel grade, which vary depending on the mix of elements in the steel and the heat treatment. Most knife manufacturers are more than [&hellip;]</p>
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					<p>1. 1918 WWI Trench Knife $46.99 : Brass Knuckles Company The original trench knife used in World War I was made by French manufacturer Au Lion. This was followed by a onemillionpiece order manufactured by the U.S. company Landers, Frary &#038; Clark (L.F. &#038;C.). 2. California imposes a strict ban on all kinds of brass [&hellip;]</p>
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					<p>1. 1918 WWI Trench Knife $46.99 : Brass Knuckles Company Mark 1 Trench Knife manufactured by Landers, Frary &#038; Clark in 1918. Different from the triangle blade used in the 1917 model, it also has a &#8220;skull crush&#8221; pommel. 2. Trench knives, also called knuckle knives, were created to use in close quarters combat, during [&hellip;]</p>
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