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Spring Assisted Knives- Here’s what you need to know

Author: Bladesnow Store
by Bladesnow Store
Posted: Nov 23, 2020
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Anyone who is a fan of spending his/her time hiking or hunting, needs a good knife, A kind of knife that is small, compactable, and of course very sharp. There is a multitude of companies trying to fulfill these qualities for you; some of them include Benchmade, Camillus, Kershaw are just some companies. They help you be secure and confident about yourself. They can be slipped into any small space; shirt sleeve, shoe, or where you want to. These knives can be the reason you can get food during a long hike in the middle of the woods.

Spring Assisted knives come in several colors and styles. You can get them imprinted or carved to suit your style. These knives seem like a good choice for a person who is going on hiking and whatnot. But as good of a choice it seems, that doesn’t change the fact that many countries have banned the carrying of such knives on oneself, but still, its production is very high due to high demands.

To a normal person, all the knives seem the same. But you can be surprised by the number of different kinds of steel used and how it changes its usage. Here is a summarized list of kinds of steel used in a knife and its use.

  • Stainless steel

More resistant to water and humidity, so can works best for fishing and hunting ducks. But it dulls more quickly, so it needs to be sharpened often.

  • Carbon steel

Not as resistant to rust, so best used in dry climates, like hunting deer. But it does not dull easily, so can go for longer periods without being sharpened.

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Final Words

There are more than a hundred and fifty different kinds of blades, all of which are used for a specified need, for example, gutting, skinning, deboning, butchering, and many more. Also, there are many kinds of knife styles that need to be taken into consideration when buying a knife. These include clip point, skinning blade, and drop point are just some of them. The clip point knife is famously named after the look that makes the knife seem as if the tip of the knife was clipped off, where the infamous drop point is the curved blade and the last but not least the skinning blade is your old straight blade, infamously used in skinning.

On your next visit to the market to buy these pocket knives, you will know how to get the right one according to the need. Happy sh
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I am a sale manager at bladesnow a Knife store in Richardson, Texas

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