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Hunters know very well that one needs a specialized knife to get it the job done seamlessly. This certainly extends to the knives that are carried by a hunter. Not just any knife will do – it needs to be sharp, easy to carry, versatile, and durable.
Damascus steel is known for its ability to hold a sharp edge and maintain its durability, which makes it perfect for making hunting knives. But before you buy a Damascus hunting knife, take the time to familiarize yourself with Damascus steel, hunting knives in general, what to look for when buying a Damascus hunting knife, and how to care for it once you’ve bought the perfect one.
So, let’s see some of SAKnives Handmade Damascus hunting knives.
The Damascus Twisted Steel Knife from SAKnives features a 16 cm blade, camel bone handle scales, and a gut hook on the back spine of the knife.
The handle got kind of a classic design that makes it macho and it comes with a leather sheath.
This Handmade Steel Chef's Cleaver is largely used as a kitchen or butcher knife intended for hacking through bone. The knife's broad side can also be used for crushing in food preparation (such as garlic).
With an overall length of 11" and a 6" blade. The handle is made of snake eye hardwood, and the blade features a wavy pattern with loops that give the appearance of bubbles.
The Handmade Damascus Bowie Knife from SAKnives features an 8-inch blade, a walnut wood handle, and a leather sheath. The edge of the blade is curved for skinning, and there is also a straight edge portion for cutting.
Stay Tuned for the next article on - Best Damascus Hunting Knives, Part 2.