This Damascus Steel Survival Knife is exactly what you're looking for if you're in search of a multi dimensional knife to take with you on your next adventure and get you through any tough situations that you may encounter. It is made of hand forged Damascus Steel with over 500 layers to ensure that it performs with rugged durability and will last you a lifetime.
Blade Material: Hand Forged Damascus Steel 512 Layers(Fire Pattern)
Blade Steel Specification: 1095&15n20 STEEL
Handle Material: Micarta black wood & white spacers with Damascus Butt & bolster
SIZE & MEASUREMENT:
Overall length: 13"INCH
Handle length: 5"INCH
Blade length 8"INCH
Blade Thickness: 3MM
After Use, Wash The Blade, Dry It, & Apply WD-40, Vegetable Oil, OR Any Lubricated Oil OR Vaseline On The Blade And Other Damascus Steel Area To Prevent Rust.
History of Damascus Steel:
There's a long history of Damascus Steel being used for making knives, swords, daggers, etc. It originally started in the Near East, and was later introduced in the city of Damascus, where a thriving weapon economy was prevalent. The making of the Damascus steel blade was a lost art form for the past few centuries, but has been revived over the past few decades. Though the type of steel used is typically not the original wootz steel used in the earlier years, modern day metalsmiths have mastered the art form of pattern welding, where different types of steel are used to form a billet. The billet is then folded multiple times to create layers that form the beautiful patters found in Damascus Steel. The procedure is fairly basic: the steel ingots form billets that are folded in multiple layers within other metal types. In fact, the steel is folded 512 times with our razors and knives. This process is not something that is mass produced and speaks to the craftsmanship and skill of the artisan making these beautifully designed blades. This attention to detail is why we chose to have this beautiful knife made out of Damascus steel and why it's the perfect accessory any gentleman can appreciate.