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For over twenty years now Sal Manaro is working with any kinds of metals and lets his experience slip into his knives. The American from Holbrook counts on innovation and constant development.
Scott McGhee of North Carolina is Maste Knife Maker of the American Knife Makers Guild, who started his training in the smithery at the age of 17.
Serge Panchenko has appeared mainly through his Dog Tag Knives. His goal was to design interesting and unique knives, which not only look good but are also extremely helpful in any daily situation.
Sniper Bladeworks from Missouri is a cooperation between Lance Abernathy, a former Swat member, and Jody Muller, who is a knife builder for over 20 years.
A sommelier knife is a special knife used to open wine bottles. It is still used around the world in its original form, patented in 1883 in Germany, or variations thereof.
Stainless steel is a name for different alloyed and unalloyed steel types.In metals and metallic materials, purity describes the number of inclusions of substances.
A steak knife is a sharp table knife used to cut steaks and other firm meats. It has a serrated edge and wooden or plastic handle scales. Steak knives are characterized by their serrated edge.
Stefan Gobec is a Knife Maker, who has made a name for himself with his classic designs and the use of noble materials. In his workshop, handmade knives are built entirely in the tradition of old...
Steffen Bender was already very excited about knives in his young ages and soon decided to make his own knife after his conception. Meanwhile he is a permanent fixture at numerous exhibitions.
The Austrian Armin Stütz began manufacturing knives in 1984 and founded the blacksmith SteirerEisen in 1996. In the meantime, SteirerEisen is the largest blacksmith of the country.
Steve Kelly is a member of the American Knife Makers Guild since 2008, forges his own blades and is now a true expert in the art of forging Damascus.
For our carbon steel straight razors, we use reliable silver steel that offers excellent edge retention while being very tough and elastic. The round point has the lowest risk of injury.
Survival knives have multiple uses and were originally developed for hunters and soldiers. Solid stainless steel handles are still very common.