knives online shop Kyiv, Ukraine today: SteelClaw has never stood still and has constantly delighted its customers with a wide range of both simple, classic and reliable, as well as innovative models of knives. The catalog of this store contains a large number of not only clumsy and folding knives, but also other useful tools: sharpening tools, multi-tools, throwing weapons, Chinese replicas , stilettos. SteelClaw online store offers the following types of knives: for tourists; for hunters; clumsy and folding ; flick – with frontal and side unfolding of the blade; microtech; butterfly CS GO. Find more details on https://steelclaw.com.ua/neskladnye-nozhi.
Mcusta is a Japanese knife-making company. All knives are made in Seki, Japan. “Mcusta” is a combination of “machine” and “custom.” They start out with the machine process and are then enhanced with custom work. Normally, Mcusta does folding knives and kitchen cutlery, but they’re branching out to the hunting sectors. The Sport 100, 200, and 300 are the most interesting knives featured at their SHOT Show 2023 booth. The designer wasn’t able to make them for a few years, so he’s happy to have Mcusta bring them back to the market. It has a BG10 Core Damascus blade with a hammered finish. The different versions have slight differences in design, but the same blade and finish.
The ‘jackknife’ – an alternative term for a very basic folding knife – is said to originate somewhere in the Germanic regions of Europe, north of Italy, and dates back to between 600 and 500 BCE, though the evidence is hard to substantiate. What can be said is that these knives were fairly primitive in their construction. They consisted of a very plain handle and a somewhat unwieldy blade attached via a simple hinge – with no lock nor spring to keep it closed and/or open of which to speak.
What is a butterfly knife? This vintage knife has a blade hidden between two handles that rotate in opposite directions around the tang so that the blade can be quickly removed. It gained popularity in the US when soldiers returned with them from the Philippines after World War II. What can a butterfly knife actually be used for? When people think of butterfly knives, they usually think of the flipping tricks that can be done with them. However, a butterfly knife can definitely be used for any cutting task that other knives do.
Since the 1800s, pocket knives have seen exponential growth in both style and technology. From culturally distinct design developments – like the Japanese Higonokami, the French Douk-Douk, or the Italian Stilleto – to widely utilized mechanical advancements – such as the wide variety of different locking systems or the creation of new, stronger steel alloys – pocket knives have evolved far beyond their original inception while still retaining the core of their utility.
I’ve used my Invictus for EDC, hunting, and fishing this fall. I bought it because of its unique construction and I liked that every component of the knife is corrosion free. So whether I’m wet wading in saltwater or use it to field dress a deer, I don’t have to worry about rust. It has the bank vault click that’s a hallmark of a well made framelock and it rivals many midtechs for it’s fit and finish. The blade steel used in the Invictus isn’t your typical blade steel, it’s not even steel. Terravantium is a cobalt alloy that doesn’t need to be heat treated. It’s also completely rust proof, non-magnetic, and keeps an edge for a very long time. Although I’ve found it doesn’t keep a razor edge long, it holds a toothy edge seemingly indefinitely. Mine has broken down hundreds of cardboard boxes without needing a touchup.
The 290 Immunity (manual) has been a very popular knife for them, featuring many of their higher-end materials. It’s a tough knife despite its diminutive size. It features CPM4 steel for the blade, super tough with high edge retention and cobalt black ceracote finish, full aluminum handles with a satin texture so that it carries well with slacks, not just jeans. It’s a small knife, but the lanyard acts as a handle extension for the fourth finger. The blade allows you to choke up on it to get cutting performance out of the tip. It’s easy to carry in a non-permissive environment where you can’t carry a larger knife but you need something that can perform a variety of tasks.