Knowledge stickers - choose the right tool for you

2023/02/04

Correct understanding of knives There are tens of thousands of different brands, designs, types, and materials when it comes to choosing a blade. High-quality knives, like all other tools, have many sellers, and consumers have many options when shopping for new knives. In order to simplify the problem, this article summarizes the information, hoping to help you choose the right tool to meet your needs.

Knives have been ubiquitous since ancient times, from stone knives made from shattered flint to modern knife creations cut by CNC machines and CAD designed. However, the function of the knife has never changed since its creation. It's still fundamentally a tool, with a handle or controls, and finally cutting edges that are specially designed for different functions.

Maybe not everyone agrees, but the reality is that knives are always practical. Swords, daggers and short knives are not knives by definition, although some retain the cutting function as a secondary function. Quantity and Design: It should be said that the function of a knife is ultimately determined by its user.

Human intelligence is reflected in the ability to adapt to the surrounding environment, the ability to manufacture and use tools to live and survive well in any place, and to maintain the continuation of the cycle of life. In other words, there are generally two types of people. One type uses specific tools for each job, and the other type uses one or more tools to complete a large amount of work. Walk into a large enough kitchen and you'll see people using paring knives, slicing knives, carving knives, cleaving knives, boning knives, and steak knives, while others use just one or two basic knives. The best kitchen knives will do the best job.

You need to ask yourself first, which type are you? Whether you prefer to use a certain tool for a certain job or a tool that can do all kinds of jobs, the answer will help you choose, one knife or many knives. Knife designs vary widely. Some are very simple and some are very complex.

Design is just a matter of appearance, because in the end, what you really have is either a simple tool with a cutting edge, or a high-tech product that has been CAD designed and CNC machine cut, either with a handle and a blade . The key to a knife's design is its end use, not its appearance. Of course, except for collecting and playing.

Skinning Knife: A traditional broad-belly knife (with a very curved or rounded blade) that helps to maximize the separation of the epidermis and penetrate deep into the internal organs. Cutting and chopping tools: Knives like doglegs and jungle knives are long, heavy and have a curved front blade designed to maximize kinetic energy for cutting larger pieces of wood. Carving Knife: Usually has a small, light, thin blade with scalpel-like sides and a flatter grind, best for chipping wood into shavings.

Survival Knives, Utility Knives, Fighting Knives, and Hunting Knives: These are not specific designs, but more like categories, and they encompass a variety of modern designs. For example, a Khukh or carving knife is a survival knife, and even a skinning knife can be classified as a survival knife. All the knives that you have with you when you need them can be called survival knives.

Just because it could save your life. In a general sense, the survival knife is a combination of hunting knife, multi-purpose knife, and fighting knife, and has additional functions, such as the functions of compasses and saws. In short, decide in advance what your ultimate use will be and how often you will use it.

If you're a hunter looking for a few good knives for hunting and field trips, look for a really good skinning knife for cleaning and handling. There are a variety of skinning knives available on the market, but they generally fall into three categories: the drop point, the Traditional Pukka with a straighter spine, and the curved blade. They all come in different sizes, choose the size according to your own end use.

If you mainly hunt some goats and foxes, there is no need for a large hunting knife. You might also want a general purpose or multipurpose utility hunting knife for chores. A high-quality utility knife should have a tough blade, but not an overly thick blade.

No knifemaker ever makes a ridiculously thick blade that is 8mm or even 10mm. In fact, really high-quality knives don't need to be thicker than 5mm. Thick blades are too heavy and really useless in bushes.

You should look for a knife with a grip that fits well in your hand. If the handle is too thin, you will feel discomfort and pain in your fingers after a few minutes of use. If it is too thick, it will be difficult to control and may cause it to fall out.

You may also want a good quality machete, bush knife and dogleg knife to use to clear out camp before you set up camp. Carry a small Swiss Army knife or multi-tool for chores, and be well-equipped to take on the harshest conditions. If you want to spend a lot of time outdoors and need shelter to chop firewood, you'll need a good axe.

in addition… All you need is a large Bowie knife and a multi-tool. Both of these can do all the tasks mentioned above, they just require a little more effort. But it can help you save your personal budget.

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