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Traditional Style Automatic Folding Belt Sheath Knife - Retro Knives
A lever Switchblade I picked up cheap. Classic style.
Views: 4696 JW's BulletsNBlades
Why Should You Carry a Traditional Pocket Knife? | Knife Banter Ep. 9
Traditional folding knives are making a come back. The guys discuss the different traditional pocket knife options available at Blade HQ here: http://www.bladehq.com/cat--Pocket-Knives--1783?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=yt%20main&utm_campaign=2017vu&utm_term=why%20should%20you%20carry%20a%20traditional%20pocket%20knife%20%7C%20knife%20banter%20ep.%209
Views: 1038175 Blade HQ
Some of the best budget Traditional Pocket Knives from around the world.  Which are My top 3?
What are some of the best traditional folding knives from around the world? In this video I look at 9 budget blades and picks my top three pocket folders. Most knives here are between $12 and $30. Knives like the Douk Douk, the Opinel, Laguiole, Case Sodbuster, Higonokami, Svord Peasant, MAM, Cudeman, and Mercator K55k are included. I have reviewed many of these knives on my channel and here are links to them. These knives come from Portugal, France, Germany, the USA, Spain and New Zealand. I have reviewed nearly all of them, and you can find the full reviews via the links below. The main focus here isn't classic US based knives, but more styles of knives often associated with a particular country. You won't find a Swiss Army Knife or a Buck 110 sorry. MAM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oLPH3BXvYY Buy: https://amzn.to/2rLoqCe Opinel no 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QS_mg1jDTNQ Buy: https://amzn.to/2Ir4qPt Laguiole Buy: http://www.laguiole-arbalete.com/en/ Mercator: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFRb1bRgVu0 Buy: https://amzn.to/2IsaJy8 Svord Peasant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oLPH3BXvYY Buy: https://amzn.to/2IrWhXd Cudeman Classic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXyZUsZ-Qyo Buy: https://amzn.to/2IsaumI Higo No Kami XL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFRb1bRgVu0 Buy: https://amzn.to/2ImRKcs Case Sodbuster: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnMD4q8Bh3Q Buy: https://amzn.to/2L2XhT7 Douk Douk small: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbcf9Tl6rlM buy: https://amzn.to/2IqpUrG
Views: 16427 Advanced Knife Bro
Traditional Knives 101, your Crash Course into the Wonderful World of Pocket Scalpels (part 1)
Traditional Knives 101, your Crash Course into the Wonderful World of Pocket Scalpels (part 1)
Views: 117272 Randy Johnson
Tactical to Traditional (One Man's Knife Journey)
A video outlining a few things to expect when moving from modern tactical style knives to classic traditional slipjoints and lockbacks. The traditional knife world is full of amazing designs, exquisite materials, and practical blade designs. There are, however, a number of differences that should be brought up before making this leap.
Views: 23397 XIUXIU1313
Traditional Japanese  Kitchen Knives or Samurai Katana Swords ?
Finally, I have some real traditional Japanese knives! These are the most beautiful and stunning knives in the world. They are not Japanese knives - they are Japanese SWORDS..... These are Akazawa knives from Yanagi Knife from Brooklyn New York. Everything mentioned in video + Top Picks & Burrfection Gear https://kit.com/Burrfection Thank you, for supporting my channel with purchases made through these links. Best on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/shop/burrfection Best Knife Retailer http://bit.ly/Cutlery-and-More Best Sharpening Supplier http://bit.ly/sharpeningsupplies Best Knife Brand on Amazon http://bit.ly/dalstrongknives STAY IN TOUCH! Patreon https://www.patreon.com/burrfection VLOG : https://www.youtube.com/rykytran Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/burrfection/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rykytran/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rykytran HELP TRANSLATE MY VIDEOS !!! https://goo.gl/f1Qv9t
Views: 38769 Burrfection
A. G. Russell Traditional Folding Knives
A. G. Russell gives some background on his traditional style folding knife designs.
Views: 3329 A.G. Russell Knives
Traditional Vs Modern folding knives
A look at the differences between traditional folding knives and modern folding knives to see what has changed and why. A look at some of my vintage knives and compare features such as locking mechanisms, blade style, construction, and safety features.
Views: 3197 Bushcraft412
Sharpening a $1 knife
►Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/JunsKitchen ►Sharpeners I use in this video (Amazon affiliates links) ※These sharpeners seem to be sold more expensively outside of Japan. I believe you can find cheaper ones that are decent online as well. Zwilling J.A. Henckels also has good sharpening stones which I have used before. Unlike the ones I used in this video, you don't need to soak it in water to sharpen a knife (but it still needs to be wet). Shapton (Orange) #1000: http://amzn.to/2gI5D3O Shapton (Green) #2000: http://amzn.to/2gI4uco Other cheaper sharpener I found: Japanese King Knife Sharpener Whetstone (#1000 & #6000) http://amzn.to/2gIMph8 Sharpening stones come in grits, and these two grits would be enough for a normal household knife. I used grits 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 8,000, and 12,000 in this video. The higher the number, the finer the sanding and the sharper the knife will be. Sharpening with Bob Kramer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFhMGJYhYpU ►Main Channel (メインチャンネル): https://www.youtube.com/user/MyHusbandisJapanese   ►Instagram (インスタグラム): https://www.instagram.com/junskitchen/ ►Music Redwood Trail by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Traditional tamahagane kaiken tanto knife - full process from ore tot finished knife
Thanks for watching! Please share this video with your friends. I have a series of how I made this knife in more detail, if you have any questions about this build or why I made the decisions I made, I suggest watching this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1rKU3AjHaFYyPijIEtRBnbEmAJpuxgGS Music by YouTube audio library SUBSCRIBE and a LIKE would be greatly appreciated! Help me to grow this community by SHARING this video on your social networks! If you are interested to buy one of my knives you can send me an email: [email protected] Check out my instagram if you want to see what I am working on! https://www.instagram.com/floris_post... Check out my facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FlorisPostme... Thanks for watching! Have a great day ;) #knifemaking #forging #blacksmith #kitchenknife #sharp #knife #howtomake #maker #damascus #traditional #tamahagane
Views: 154836 Floris Postmes
Guys Talk Knives: Top 5 Reasons to Carry a Traditional Pocketknife (Ep 32)
The guys are talking traditional pocketknives, patterns, and the top five reasons to carry one. Don't miss the knives featured in this episode or the great giveaway! 4 Knives for this Episode: Case Square Bolster Medium Stockman 3.625" wtih Amber Jigged Bone Handles and Chrome Vanadium Plain Edge Blades Item Number: CA6332 - $49.99 Chrome Vanadium blades. Amber jigged bone handle. Brass pins and liners. Nickel silver bolsters and shield. 2-5/8" Clip point blade. 1-7/8" Sheepfoot blade. 1-3/4" Spey blade. Blade Thickness: 1/16". 3-5/8" closed. Made in the USA. https://www.smkw.com/case-square-bolster-medium-stockman-3-625-wtih-amber-jigged-bone-handles-and-chrome-vanadium-plain-edge-blades-model-079 Rough Rider Canoe 3.625” with Buckshot Bone Handles and 440A Stainless Steel Plain Edge Blades Item Number: RR1542 - $12.99 440A stainless steel blades with reverse frosted master blade etch. Buckshot Bone handle. Brass liners. Nickel silver pins, shield and Slant R bolsters. Packaging with custom graphics. 2-1/2" Spear point blade length. 2" Pen blade length. Blade Thickness: 1/16". 3-5/8" closed. Made in China. https://www.smkw.com/rough-rider-buckshot-bone-canoe Northfield Bird Dog 56 Jack Pocket Knife with Sambar Stag Handle and Polished Finish 1095 Carbon Steel 2.375” Spear Point Blade Item Number: NF561SS - $102.99 Polished finish 1095 carbon steel blade. Sambar Stag handle. 2.375” Spear point blade. 3.5” Closed. 6” Overall. Brass pins and liners. Nickel silver bolsters. Made in the USA. https://www.smkw.com/northfield-sambar-stag-1-bld-56-jack-nf561ss Boker Beer Barrel Copperhead 3.75" with German Beer Barrel Wood Handle and Carbon Steel Plain Edge Blades Item Number: BK112626BBL - $62.99 Carbon steel blades with old time "Tree Brand" master etch. Genuine German beer barrel wood handle. Brass liners. Solid nickel silver pins, bolsters and shield. 1-7/8" clip point and coping blades. Blade thicknesses: 1/16". 3-3/4" closed. Made in Germany. https://www.smkw.com/boker-beer-barrel-copperhead Want to send us a comment or ask a question? Send your email to [email protected] now! Don't have time for an email. Call in and leave us a voice message: (865) 424-0222 Giveaway Policy: You must be at least 18 years of age and a resident of North America to enter SMKW Giveaways. There is no charge to enter, but you must follow the instructions in the videos completely to enter. Giveaways normally run simultaneously on several platforms. You may enter in the same giveaway on one or both social media platforms. Multiple entries on a single platform may disqualify you. One winner is selected randomly from all entries. Guys Talk Knives is produced and created by Smoky Mountain Knife Works - https://www.smkw.com - The world's largest knife store. If it cuts, we carry it. Like this video and subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Ring that bell, so you never miss an episode. You can also find us on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/guys-talk-knives/id1383317712 Please rate and review ths show for us there! Or, visit our Podcast Page: http://smkwcast.libsyn.com/ ©2018 SMKW, Inc. All Rights Reserved. While we encourage sharing, this videocast/podcast may not be reproduced in part or in full without the express written permission of SMKW, Inc.
Views: 3906 SMKW.com
Making a gentleman's folding knife (front flipper style)
I made a small folding knife for a friend, but liked it so much that I had to make one for myself as well. I spoiled myself with a piece of Damasteel pattern welded steel and made this little gentleman's front flipper. It's called the Reymerswael model The frames are waterjet titanium. I anodized them blue with this mistery shipwreck finish. I don't know why the finish isn't single colour, but I liked it. I hope you enjoyed the video. Music by Fredji https://soundcloud.com/fredjimusic/fredji-flying-high If you have any interest in buying a knife, please visit: http://www.emergo-designs.nl/ Please subscribe if you want to see more video's like this! Or follow me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/emergodesigns Or follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emergodesigns/ Also visit my website: www.emergo-designs.nl
Views: 16585 Alexander Bol
A Tale of Two Knives:  Sgian Dubh Twins
Two knives. The same...but not. In this video knife maker Walter Sorrells shows the making of two blades, Scottish Sgian Dubhs, one in a fairly traditional style with a wooden handle and brass bolsters, and one with a more modern spin. More at: Tactix Armory: http://www.tactixarmory.com Sword making videos: http://www.waltersorrellsblades.com Walter's Instagram: walterstactix Tactix Armory Instagram: tactixarmory Twitter: @WalterSorrells Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WalterSorrellsBlades Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/WalterSorrells
Views: 9896 Walter Sorrells
Tanto - The Japanese Fighting Knife
The tanto -- or Japanese self-defense knife -- comes in all shapes and sizes. In this video American blade smith Walter Sorrells gives an overview of this blade type while showing several blades he has recently forged. Help support this channel at: http://www.patreon.com/WalterSorrells More at: www.waltersorrellsblades.com.
Views: 102578 Walter Sorrells
TLDW #1 - Full Process: Forging a Shear Steel Tanto Blade - Historical Knife Making
***This is the full length version from start to finish (minus all the heating time), for the 4 minute radio edit, see: http://youtu.be/BcCrtq2c4vs **Note that this is a classical Japanese style tanto based on the Aizu Shintogo: http://islandblacksmith.ca/2014/04/aizu-shintogo-kunimitsu-tanto-kata/ Charcoal forging a traditional tanto pattern blade from half of a reclaimed shear steel horse carriage leaf spring. The two distinct stages are sunobe and hizukuri...sunobe establishes the geometry and proportions, and hizukuri is putting in the bevels and creating the final shape. The final dimensions take a little extra care as this blade is being forged very closely to a traditional kata. The kata I am measuring it against is the Aizu Shintogo, however there was not enough steel to produce the full thickness on the mune (motokasane) of the original blade. Info on the Aizu Shintogo tanto: http://islandblacksmith.ca/2014/04/aizu-shintogo-kunimitsu-tanto-kata/ More about classical tanto geometry: http://islandblacksmith.ca/tag/tanto-geometry/ The finished forging has a subtle recurve and a slightly dropping spine compared to the kata as the process of yaki-ire will cause the spine to curve upwards. Shear steel is a very old and somewhat rare form of steel produced by increasing the carbon content of wrought iron using heat and charcoal to create a reduction atmosphere and then forge welding and folding layers together to homogenize the billet. Finished blade has distinct visible layers telling the story of its history. Actual forging time including heating and some of the final work lost to battery issues was probably about 2 hours.
One bamboo peg - takedown & assembly of a classical tanto style knife
A demonstration on the takedown and assembly of classical tanto style knives. http://islandblacksmith.ca/2016/10/takedown-reassembly-classical-tanto-style-mountings/ Never pull or jerk the blade out with the power of your arms or you will lose control of the blade and possibly damage the saya (scabbard), yourself, or others. When unsheathing, make sure the edge is up, then pull just enough (a few mm) so that the habaki (blade collar) disengages its tight hold on the saya, then the blade may be easily and smoothly drawn, resting on the mune (spine) as it slides out. One way to accomplish the initial part of the draw is to place a hand loosely on either side of the joint, topmost thumb knuckles together and then squeeze. The knuckles push against each other for only a short distance but it is enough to start the blade out in a controlled manner (this way is slightly more difficult and may take some practice). Another method is to grasp the tsuka (handle) and saya tightly with a little space between your hands and then use your saya thumb or forefinger to push against the other hand or against the tsuba (handguard), if it has one, until the release. To replace the blade in the saya, make sure the edge is up, rest the tip in the koiguchi (mouth of the scabbard), and slide it in smoothly, keeping the edge up and resting it on the mune (spine) until the habaki engages again. Storage & Handling 1. never touch the blade directly, hold the tang below the polished area instead. 2. store and display with the edge up and the handle to the left side. 3. keep in a secure, dry location in a sturdy storage bag. 4. if possible, keep the blade in shirasaya, apart from the fittings and mountings. 5. use a thumb against the guard or hand, or the squeeze technique to open the first few mm without pulling. 6. slide the blade out carefully along the spine with the edge upwards to avoid scuffing the blade or cutting the scabbard. 7. avoid condensation from temperature changes or breathing on the blade. 8. avoid wide temperature ranges or quick temperature or humidity changes to the wood. 9. keep lacquered parts out of long-term direct sunlight. 10. when closing, set the back of the tip inside the koiguchi (mouth of the scabbard) and then slide in carefully along the spine. Disassembly & Reassembly: 1. remove the scabbard before disassembly. 2. remove the mekugi peg by pressing from the back side with a thin piece of wood or mekugi-nuki tool. 3. loosen by pressing the guard or gently striking the hand that is holding the handle. 4. work the fingers under the guard and grasp the tang before removing the handle. 5. take note of the order and direction of each component as it is removed. 6. reassemble in reverse order, taking care not to force any part (check the order, fit, and placement instead) 7. tap the pommel into your palm until the tang is fully seated in place. 8. ensure that the mekugi is aligned rotationally so that the long, straight, unbroken bamboo fibers face back towards the pommel. 9. insert from the correct side of the handle and press into place until flush or appropriately tight, do not overdrive. 10. check that everything is snug and all parts are in their proper places before sheathing. Cleaning & Maintenance: 1. remove fittings from the blade before oiling. 2. remove old oil and dust with washi paper, tissue paper, or clean cotton cloth. 3. wipe slowly from base to tip with the edge away from fingers. 4. place a few drops of clove/camellia oil on a clean cotton cloth. 5. wrap the cloth around the spine with the edge away from your fingers. 6. wipe on a thin layer of oil starting from the polished area under the habaki towards the tip. 7. remove any excess with a second pass if necessary. 8. oil weekly to monthly depending on the climate and storage conditions. 9. the oil can be used sparingly on other iron fittings as well (such as the handguard). 10. sharpening and polishing should only be performed by specialized polishers. read more here: http://islandblacksmith.ca/knife-use-and-care/ more about these knives: http://islandblacksmith.ca/2015/12/touzai-fusion-tanto/ http://islandblacksmith.ca/2014/09/tsukimi-tanto/
Making a Hunting Knife
A traditional drop point hunter with a little bit of style from a bowie. The knife is 3/16" 80Cr-V2 high carbon steel, with a yellow brass guard, and an OD green micarta handle. ______________________________________________________ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marwoodknives/ Website: https://marwoodknives.weebly.com/ Instagram: marwoodknives Music: www.bensound.com
Views: 6565 MarWood Knives
Shigefusa Kitchen Knives 2014
http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com/shigefusa/?sort=newest Japanese Natural Stones. com Japan trip 2014 to Shigefusa Family Ones again i was confirmed how rare and how unique Shigefusa knives is. Shigefusa knives is forged and shaped with traditional tools as Sen and stones by older and younger sons. Then sharpened and expected by Father, With Natural and Synthetick stones. They take very good time on every single knife they make. I hope you guys enjoy as much as i do And i am now even more proud of selling and owning Shigefusa knives. To see how much work go in to every single knife is Amazing. With so much work for single knife, Shigefusa knives is a huge deal !!
Views: 479133 Maksim Enevoldsen
Leuku Style Knife
A recent knife build of a leuku style knife. This is not made in the traditional style. According to wikipedia, leuku knives were originally used by the Sami people of Scandinavia to cut small trees, clear brush or some butchering tasks. I use mine for fire prep at my cabin. Here's the link to the complete article here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sami_knife Music: "Water in the Creek" By Josh Woodward www.joshwoodward.com "Killers" By Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 1216 NuManXplore
Knife Making: Nakiri Japanese Knife DIY
Another Japanese Chef's knife! This shape is inspired by Nakiri knives typical Japanese-style vegetable knife but with a western full tang construction and a general utility bevel geometry. The steel is 02 high carbon. Handle is made of ebony and teak (or oak, not sure) both aged well by a luthier and white vulcanized fiber liners. The pins are all brass with the middle one in mosaic made by me in a previous ideo. Clarification: With the words "inspired by Nakiri knives" I wanted to point out that this knife is not an actual nakiri. The handle construction, bevel geometry and thickness have pretty much nothing to do with traditional japanese knives. This knife has been made to be used as a general purpose knife, that's why is thicker than you might expect! In this video I used many homemade tools I built in the past, most of them can be found in the following playlist: ★Knifemaking Playlist★ https://goo.gl/K1p09E ★Follow me★ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/BlackBeardPr... Twitter ► https://twitter.com/BlackBeardProje Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/black_beard...
Views: 4885729 Black Beard Projects
Classic Italian Stiletto's - Retro Knives
The Italian Stiletto Switch Blade or Lock Back is probably the most recognizable knife in the world.
Views: 31432 JW's BulletsNBlades
Making a japanese kiridashi (+ hamon) with COMMON HAND TOOLS ONLY - Knife making Part 2
Follow me on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/steel_and_soul This is Part 2 of my little Kiridashi project. Im making it using only a saw, files and sandpaper - showing that every step done by a fancy machine can also be done with your own hands and very simple tools. It just takes more time... Again, I went for a hamon, which is purely of aesthetical nature A Kiridashi is a traditional japanese utility knife used for cutting paper, wood and leather. Steel is 1095 high carbon steel
Views: 3168661 Steel and Soul
How To Sharpen A  Siberian Yakut Knife
Sharpening a Siberian Yakut knife is no different than any other knife. If anything it's even simpler. With its unique geometry, you only sharpen the flat side and leave the convex side untouched. To maintain the correct angle all you do is lay the blade flat against the stone. When you're done you finish by stropping both sides. That's it. The deep fuller also means there is very little metal to remove. Much less than a single bevel Scandinavian style knife. The blade is made by Anton https://www.facebook.com/groups/726934064073221/ Check out my blog for extra content. https://www.traditional-tools.com/ Also feel free to show off projects or ask questions on my Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/Traditional-Tools-1866444893572454/
Views: 4482 Traditional Tools
The Yakut! Traditional Siberian Knife Made By Siberian Forged Knives
Siberian Knives Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgXjpFdiI6c Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/726934064073221/?multi_permalinks=983381321761826%2C983345245098767&notif_t=group_activity&notif_id=1490057206716812 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anton_salni/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/antonsalnik/ Please visit our Website: http://bushcraftbartons.com/ Please Shop & Support us through our Amazon Store:http://bushcraftbartons.com/outdoor-s... Visit Josie's Cooking Channel:https: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5OoblQezfTqzBhnIJLWmnw/feed MUSIC: Youtube Audiolibrary Front Porch Sitter by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Views: 26537 bushcraftbartons
The Korin Product Show: Episode 34 - Introduction to Traditional Knives
Vincent, Korin's knife sharpener, tells us the benefits of a traditional Japanese knife and why these might be your next choice if you are searching outside of western knives. Traditional Japanese Knives: www.korin.com/Knives/Japanese-Style-Knives_2
Views: 3745 Korin Knives
Knife Sharpening With Mino Tsuchida
Global Knives Australia - Knife Sharpening With Mino Tsuchida
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Pathfinder Knife Shop (PKS) Spirit Bushcraft Knife - First Look
The Spirit bushcraft knife from PKS - Pathfinder Knife Shop - is a traditional style knife moade of 1095 steel with micarta handle scales and a scandi grind. My initial opinion is this s one sweet knife. Stay tuned for follow ups after I use this one for a while. Check it out here: http://www.selfrelianceoutfitters.com/spirit-by-pks/ Please consider supporting this channel by using this link for all your Amazon shopping: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon Here are some Non-US Amazon links that support this channel: Amazon Canada: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Canada Amazon UK: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-UK Amazon Italia: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Italia Amazon Germany: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Germany Amazon France: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-France Amazon Spain: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Spain Subscribe to this channel and get an update when new videos are posted: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=SurvivalOnPurpose Twitter: https://twitter.com/SurvivalScouter Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SurvivalOnPurpose Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/survivalonpurpose Website: https://SurvivalOnPurpose.com Thanks for watching Survival On Purpose. Remember: Survival is Not an Accident! Be Prepared ************************************************************************ Survival On Purpose is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com
Views: 16803 Survival On Purpose
katsu traditional Damascus folding knife unboxing
Unboxing the kastu traditional Japanese Damascus folding knife made in japan specs blade length 3'' blade material damascus handle length 4'5' handl material damascus lock type liner lock
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Some classic style pocket knives
A look at some traditional style pocket knives.
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Traditional Knife Show & Tell (GEC + Smith & Sons)
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Views: 5298 cutlerylover
Forging a Traditional Blacksmith Knife (table knife/letter opener)
In this video, I make an integral handle knife out of mild steel. This knife is not meant to take a razor sharp edge or to hold a decent edge for any length of time. This knife is more or less an old fashioned table knife or letter opener. That being said, the same style and forging techniques can be utilized with high carbon steel to produce a very usable tool
Views: 281 DragonHide94
How To Make A  Puukko Style Knife
In this video I'll walk you through the process I use to make a puukko style knife using a copy of a Puronvarsi blade & maple burl. It doesn't take many supplies or tools. While I use a belt sander you can easily use a rasp. That's how I did it for years. You also don't have to dye the handle. Plain would look just fine. Overall they're fun projects that only take an afternoon. For inspiration you can check out https://nordiskaknivar.wordpress.com/. They are a blog dedicated to traditional Nordic knives and have many beautiful examples of classic and modern puukko knives. If you want to follow projects in the works, share your projects or just ask questions you can follow me on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/Traditional-Tools-1866444893572454/ http://brisa.fi/ http://www.thompsonsknives.com/ https://www.ragweedforge.com/
Views: 1112 Traditional Tools
Closer Look, Traditional Clip Point Hunting & Field Knife – Antiqued Stag
A closer look at one of my traditional style clip point hunting and field knives with antiqued Elk stag. Forged 1095 high carbon steel. Pattern and patina aged blade.
Views: 155 mlknives
Polishing a Rusty Knife
►Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/JunsKitchen ►EQUIPMENT I use on my channel that you can buy online (Amazon affiliates links) ―Sharpening Stone― Shapton (Green #2000): http://amzn.to/2gI4uco Japanese King Knife Sharpener Whetstone (#1000 & #6000) http://amzn.to/2gIMph8 ―Knife― Chef Knife: Sekimagoroku Gyuto (http://amzn.to/1OkxnYt) Damascus Chef's Knife (http://amzn.to/2APxc8w) ―Camera― Panasonic Lumix FZ-1000 (http://goo.gl/htPRH1) ►My Other Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MyHusbandisJapanese    Instagram (インスタ): https://www.instagram.com/junskitchen/ ►Music by Epidemic Sound https://goo.gl/wiYvVq
Views: 35230920 JunsKitchen
The Traditional Making of a Kukri Knife
Upon a tranquil village called Chung on West Sikkim, India, this blacksmith has been making traditional local tools since he was a boy. *Sorry for not having the making process by it's whole, this is a glimpse to the feel of it This sequence is taken from the film Sikkimese Time which is part of the India One Film Series. Watch and enjoy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1pAp7ttEsc
Views: 166972 benshkolnik
How To Make a Simple Finnish Puukko Knife
Making a simple Finnish Puukko style knife is quick and easy. All you need is a blade, factory made bolster and a block of wood. Otherwise it just takes a little time to get it all rasped down to shape. If I missed anything or you have any questions about the process leave me a comment. This is definitely something everyone should try at least once. It's great to be able to carry and use a knife you made yourself. Check out my blog for extra content. https://www.traditional-tools.com/ Also feel free to show off projects or ask questions on my Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/Traditional-Tools-186644489357245
Views: 8105 Traditional Tools
Knife making - Forging a Japanese Sushi Knife
I love making sushi but i lack a knife for cutting it the best possible way. So i made a sushi knife. Thanks for watching! Social media: https://www.instagram.com/make_ncreate/ This video is copyrighted and my property and cannot be used or redistributed or published without my permission.
Views: 6599442 Make N' Create
7 Legendary EDC Knives that You Should Own - Barlow, Stockman, Trapper, and More -  Schrade Best
In this Schrade Quick Tip Video we’re going to take a trip back in time, and show you how to identify seven of the most popular - legacy... pocket knife patterns ever designed... Along the way we’ll show you the best use for each of these blade styles and help you select the classic pocket knife that best suits your needs and style. Tough knives for tough men with tough jobs to do! These are the blades of legend... Barlow, Stockman, Trapper, Cigar Whittler, Muskrat, Congress and Canoe. Passed down from generation to generation... knives that rode (and still ride) in the pockets of statesmen, soldiers and common men alike. Let’s take a look. _______ For MORE Schrade QUICK TIPs... Subscribe to this YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SchradeKnives Like Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SchradeKnives Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SchradeKnives Check us out on Instagram: http://instagram.com/schradeknives Visit http://schrade.com/ for Gear News, Tips and New Releases... _______ Here are Links to the Schrade Gear Mentioned in this Video: Schrade Extreme Survival Knife - Drop Point - SCHF9N: http://taylorbrandsllc.com/products/schrade-extreme-survival-full-tang-drop-point-fixed-blade-tpe-handle-4 Schrade Spear Point Boot Knife - SCHF19L http://taylorbrandsllc.com/products/schrade-extreme-survival-full-tang-drop-point-fixed-blade-tpe-handle-4 Schrade SCHF16 - Clip Point - Neck Knife: http://taylorbrandsllc.com/products/schrade-full-tang-neck-knife-clip-point-fixed-blade-g-10-handle ______ Other Schrade QUICK TIP Videos: How-to baton wood with a fixed blade: http://youtu.be/nMp-xcyuaHw How-to field-sharpen an axe: http://youtu.be/7U0nNdVN4Zs 14 Knife Safety Tips for Kids, Scouts, and the Rest of Us: http://youtu.be/Ks8pVWR_-Zg How-to safely clean your blade: http://youtu.be/ZjtKvs3zg54 Blade Basics Part 1 - Drop Point Blades: http://youtu.be/Ja1K4rrAR48 How-to start a fire with a Ferro Rod: http://youtu.be/bqKukf4s33U Knife Blades 101 - Spear, Tonto, Clip, or Drop Point Blade: http://youtu.be/HfR54reEsjk How-To Select and use a strap cutter: http://youtu.be/VOpXvtlS1lk How to Choose and Use a Tactical Pen: http://youtu.be/6P4uTl_lWuo 7 Legendary EDC Knives that You Should Own: http://youtu.be/TcER8lmEhFQ 10 Knife Terms You Need To Know: http://youtu.be/yBsRrAK-g24 3 Minute Paracord Knife Handle Wrap: http://youtu.be/IWirpsWMpoE How to Start a Blaze With a Feather Stick and Ferro Rod: http://youtu.be/7s9NURjXnI4 How to Make a Survival Spear: http://youtu.be/K5-Nj3Jll04 How To Sharpen A Recurve Blade: http://youtu.be/HYWb3wLEz10 How To Remove Rust From a Knife Blade: http://youtu.be/eAD35AzGj7U How to make a pot hanger in the wild: http://youtu.be/Ldj-Ze9k-n0 _______ Here’s a Few More Links of Our NEW Product Videos: SCH105 Compact, Folding Pocket Knife http://youtu.be/TIRn_Y2FNRI Schrade SCHF23 Fixed Blade Tactical Survival Knife http://youtu.be/NleE9dVViEg Schrade M16/AR15 Double-Edged M-9 Bayonet Survival Knife http://youtu.be/fvTT4b-NTdM Schrade SCHA5 Assisted Opening Knife http://youtu.be/DtXAUQN_7-M Schrade SCBAT21 Powder Coated Rubberized TPE Handle – Telescoping Baton 21 inch http://youtu.be/0_RJkBkN2iY Schrade SCHF17 Fixed Blade Tanto Point Knife http://youtu.be/A15BrQRjBDU Schrade SCHF18 Fixed Blade Drop Point Knife http://youtu.be/bCa6tEHpFT4 ____________ Reviews by Others: Schrade Extreme Survival Knife Review - by Ultimate Survival Tips: http://youtu.be/CPFyyJTNWUE Schrade Survival Bolo Knife Review - by Ultimate Survival Tips: http://youtu.be/C0MjdQ4_Hg8 Schrade Extreme Survival Knife SCHF9 Review by Ultimate Survival Tips: http://youtu.be/g_B0SRsP_ag Other Review: http://youtu.be/Z76cUMruE_U ____________ Video Disclaimer: Disclaimer and Warnings: Use survival techniques and equipment at your own risk. Even with great preparation, survival, disaster and crisis situations are dangerous and may result in injury, maiming and death. Our informational content cannot address all survival situations and cannot guarantee your survival or prevent injuries when the unexpected happens. It is your responsibility to have proper training, preparation, information, experience and equipment. Because any situation, be it survival or otherwise, can expose you to unpredictable hazards and risks. Taylor Brands LLC is not responsible for any injury, death, or consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided in this video, and Taylor Brands LLC does not suggest or guarantee that the use of the information in this video, or any equipment shown, will ensure survival or prevent risks. Taylor Brands LLC is not responsible for the views, options, commentary, advice or suggestions of guests. The viewer or reader assumes all risks for any use or misuse of the information and/or products shown in this video. ____________ Thanks for Stopping By... The Schrade Team: http://youtu.be/TcER8lmEhFQ
Views: 57622 Schrade Knives
Hi tech  puukko (Finnish style knife) cpm 3v.
Two knives in Finnish stile. Little 80 mm blade. And big 105 mm blade. Not traditional materials and style. Cpm 3v blades, flat grind and hollow swedge. Micarta handle. Little knife - polishing micarta handle and big knife sandblasted micarta handle. If you have any questions, please write me [email protected]
Views: 1865 Aleks Knifemaker
Beautiful traditional Norwegian knife 11 11 17
Beautiful traditional hand crafted Norwegian knife. Thanks mate I am over the moon with it ;-)
What To look For In Buying A Traditional Knife
thanks for watching guys. full description coming soon
Views: 15050 bladeramble
The Korin Product Show: Episode 26 - Traditional Multi-Purpose Knives
Alex explains the different multi-purpose knives available at Korin Japanese Trading. Kiritsuke: http://korin.com/Knives/Professional-Multi-purpose-KnifeKiritsuke_5 Funayuki: http://korin.com/Knives/Traditional_Japanese_Funayuki_Knife2
Views: 12596 Korin Knives
Case Canoe knife review: Classic Pocket Knife
The Case Canoe is a lovely example of a old style slip joint folding knife. It is a beautiful design with smooth flowing lines. The canoe gets it name from the shape of the handle being similar to the profile of a traditional native American canoe. Case knives are well known as collectables, and we'll discuss that aspect of the knives. I have carried one as a work EDC for a while so we'll also look how the knife fits into the modern world as a user blade. Case knives come in a seemingly endless range of designs, colours, jigging, shields designs, and so it goes on. In the Canoe range alone the variety is amazing, and of course limited editions appear regularly to tempt the collector. As mentioned in the video I must thank Stefan for introducing me to these knives. His review is a must see and is linked below. Please take the time to watch it, it is one of my all time favorite knife videos; http://youtu.be/6gFQ-tw15TA To learn more about Case Knives vist their website; http://www.wrcase.com/index_en.php Thanks for watching. Music: Delay Rock by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"
Views: 18074 AussieMark909
Knife Video Traditional Lockbacks
Knife Video Traditional Lockbacks New Graham Knives http://newgraham.com/
Views: 710 New Graham Knives
Navaja traditional Spanish folding knife
A traditional styled navaja Style and Elegance- The navaja is a traditional Spanish folding knife that first appeared around the 15th century. They were working/utility knives, but also gained a reputation as fighting knives. The Navaja is made by :Cuchilleria Andujar Cuchilleria Andujar is located in Albacete, Spain and has a long tradition of knife manufacturing.
Views: 15573 Unehrbar
The Knife Effect Episode 2 (The Great of Great Eastern Cutlery)
In this episode I'm joined by Christian (Instagram: nutsforknives Youtube: NutsKnifeReviews) where we discuss some modern knife companies beginning to make traditional style slip joint knives. Christian also talks about his experience touring the Great Eastern Cutlery factory and we get into a discussion about the company in general. I really enjoyed talking traditional knives with Christian and I hope you enjoy listening. 0:00 - Introduction 0:32 - What we are carrying Christian - GEC 15 TC Barlow (Peach Seed Jig Bone, clip point blade), leather pocket slip Tom - Kershaw Natrix, GEC 13 Clerk (Gabon Ebony), Victorinox Cadet, Kaweco Lilliput, Streamlight Stylus Pro 3:46 - Modern knife companies designing traditional slip joints 16:25 - Christian's tour of GEC factory and what makes the company great. 43:35 - Knives on our wish/watch lists 1:14:01 - General knife talk Christian - https://www.instagram.com/nutsforknives/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5s1ZnyPISKZGx96cIeY1XQ Gene Wiseman Knives - https://www.facebook.com/gene.wiseman.756
Views: 366 Leftycutlery
Sharpening Knife on a Whetstone with Master Sushi Chef Hiro Terada.
Get Your Good Afternoon Merchandise Here: https://shop.studio71us.com/collections/hiroyuki-terada Master Sushi Chef Hiro Terada shows you how he sharpens his Kikuichi knife with a 1000 grit Masahiro whetstone, and then further polishes his knife with a Kikuichi 6000 grit wet stone. Key things to remember are: Soak the stone for at least 24 hours prior to sharpening; this assists the water lubrication to keep the knife from scratching against a harsh surface and damaging the blade. Always use equal pressure throughout the blade at a 15 degree angle. Always use the complete surface of the stone in order to keep the stone smooth and equally worn. Follow Hiroyuki Terada: Facebook: https://facebook.com/pages/NoVe-kitchen-and-bar/175557962456764 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/diariesofamastersushichef/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealSushiChef Hiro's Second Channel: https://youtube.com/user/MIAMISPICE68 Camera Man's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/charlespreston Watch More Hiroyuki Terada: Recent Uploads: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4w6pxDkwuYuWPKACrEdlFbNXtFK52AU Popular Videos: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4w6pxDkwuZYtstHx4FrAi8ftIz7sPvz Extreme Series: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4w6pxDkwuY19AA30--T67M3K-WGriC8 Low Difficulty Recipes: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4w6pxDkwuYWch7Yc_lFyoSU9_M2Lvw5 Support our Patreon page to see exclusive content not seen on YouTube, videos that will make you a better sushi chef, and recipes that will dazzle your tastebuds...Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada shares his utmost intimate knowledge with you. https://www.patreon.com/diariesofamastersushichef As always, we wish to thank all of our fans for spending time here with us on YouTube. We're all humbled and grateful for all of you and for all the sweet, kind and spirited comments. See you in the next episode... Send fan mail and products to be reviewed to: Hiroyuki Terada 6815 Biscayne Blvd, Suite 103-451 Miami, FL 33138 New videos every Sunday and Wednesday! Business Inquiries: [email protected] ----------- About Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada: Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada is one of the top Japanese Chefs in the entire world and the most popular Japanese chef on YouTube. At age 10, Terada learned the basics of sushi from his father and then went on to attend RKC Chef's School in Kochi, Japan from 1987-1989. He soon earned a nickname for his fast knife, attention to detail, divine presentation and ability to create new dishes and accents based on traditional Japanese cuisine. After graduating RKC Chef School, he was called to serve under Master Chef Kondo at Yuzuan restaurant in Kochi, Japan from 1989-1992. Mr. Kondo is the master of Kansai style cooking, considered to be the high-end of Japanese cuisine. Terada earned the title Master Sushi Chef by becoming the standing head sushi chef & can serve Fugu (Japan Licensed) to the public. ----------- Chef Hiroyuki Terada is using the Minonokuni Matsu-1573 210mm Yanagi. Super Blue Steel. Can also be used for breaking down whole fish and chickens. But normally for slicing, sashimi, vegetables, meat etc.. This is Chef Hiro's custom specked knife. For more information on these knives, contact David Holly at [email protected] or visit knifemerchant.com Let us know how you enjoy your Minonokuni. Knife Merchant 7887 Dunbrook Road Suite H San Diego, CA 92126 800-714-8226 www.knifemerchant.com
Old Timer 162OT Boot Knife - Oops, I Sort Of Broke It
The Old Timer 162OT Boot Knife is a single edge boot knife with a very traditional style that would be right at home in a John Wayne movie. Let's see if it is balanced. Buy the Old Timer Boot Knife and support this channel: http://amzn.to/2yrSVy3 Please consider supporting this channel by using this link for all your Amazon shopping: http://survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon You can get a free audio book and free 30 day trial of Audible here: http://www.audibletrial.com/Survival Here are some Non-US Amazon links that support this channel: Amazon Canada: http://survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Canada Amazon UK: http://survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-UK Amazon Italia: http://survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Italia Amazon Germany: http://survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Germany Amazon France: http://survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-France Amazon Spain: http://survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Spain Survival On Purpose is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com Subscribe to this channel and get an update when new videos are posted: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=SurvivalOnPurpose Twitter: https://twitter.com/SurvivalScouter Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SurvivalOnPurpose Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/survival_on_purpose/ Website: http://SurvivalOnPurpose.com Thanks for watching Survival On Purpose. Remember: Survival is Not an Accident! Be Prepared
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