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Know Your Knife

TrBunds, Inc. Trusted. Innovative. Products. -Since 1961- PRESENTS... YOUR KNOW KNIFE BLADE SHAPES MODIFIED CLIP CLIP •popular with high- tech, one-hand •short, pronouced curve •effective for openers detail work •shapes vary BUCK DROP POINT COPING •narrow blade with sharp, angular point •designed for cutting in tight spots or curved patterns •gentle, sloping convex curve •thicker bladepoint for heavier tasks PEN SPEY •slightly blunt point avoids poking through surface •smaller version of spear point blade •typically found on pocket knives •handy, all purpose •well suited for sweeping strokes BUCK blade SHEEPSFOOT •named after the shape of the point •makes a nice, clean cut on a flat surface KNIFE MATERIALS BLADE MATERIALS S30V 420HC •S30V steel contains •420HC is a high carbon, chromium, molybdenum and carbon version of stainless steel vanadium •excellent tensile •best edge retention and tensile strength HANDLE MATERIALS strength and wear resistance NYLON ALUMINUM •Glass-Reinforced •High-Tech Aircraft Nylon •impact resistant •superior strength •stability at extreme temperatures Grade Aluminum WOOD •creates low-weight durable handle •Natural and Laminated •can be anodized for artwork •unusual grains like Cocobola and Obechee •treated with resin to protect natural beauty KNIFE TYPES FIXED-BLADE Fixed blade knives are a solid piece of steel anchored to the handle without any folding mechanism. Fixed blades are ideal for tough jobs. FOLDING KNIFE Folding knives benefit from the convenience of the blade folding into the handle. There are several configurations to choose from. POCKET KNIFE A classic design that is still very popular because of the small size and light weight. Pocket knives are sought after for their practical use and versatility. LOCKBACK KNIFE Lockback knives have the best of both worlds; the durability of a fixed blade combined with the convenience of a folding knife. A lockback blade locks into place when open and requires a manual release to fold back into the handle. LINER LOCKER A liner lock acts like a lockback knife you can open with one hand. A thumb stud or hole opens the blade and locks it into place.

Know Your Knife

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