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Steel Böhler M390



Knives with steel  Böhler M390




Steel is supplied from the BÖHLER Edelstahl GmbH & Co KG plant in Kapfenberg, Austria. It produces incredibly wear-resistant alloys, the so-called "special steels". Although the M390 is one of the most popular steels on the knife market, Böhler developed it for use in molds in the foundry industry. This is what is indicated in the official Böhler steel summary table as the main purpose of use. That the M390 is great for knife blades is considered an alternative target.


Why is M390 steel so popular?

The answer lies on the surface - it's excellent retention of spice. The M390 is so wear-resistant that it retains the desired shape of the cutting edge for a long time. Hence the conclusion that you will not need to sharpen your knife often. Accordingly, the knife will last longer. Obviously, the more often you sharpen a knife, the faster it wears out. Böhler manufactures the M390 using the powder metallurgy method. Typically, a manufacturer combines different elements in an alloy that is poured into molds and rolled to form sheets that can be used by knife manufacturers. Böhler, however, takes this process one step further. After connecting these elements, they are placed in a special gas spray machine that sprays the molten steel. As a result, the structure becomes much finer at the molecular level. In addition to retaining cutting ability, the M390 has several other great qualities. For example, this steel can be cured to a fairly high degree without risk of structural failure.

Also M390 is relatively stainless. Due to the large amount of chromium in the composition, there is little chance of corrosion. This is especially noticeable in comparison with other hard steels, which are known for their sharpness, but are easily corroded.


Chemical components:

  • Carbon up to 1.9%: found in all types of steel in varying amounts. Decreases toughness, but increases hardness and wear;
  • Silicon up to 0.7%: increases steel hardness, improves hardenability;
  • Manganese up to 0.3%: enough to increase tensile strength, but not enough to lead to brittleness;
  • Chromium up to 20%: again, chromium is found in all types of steel and is used to increase hardness, tensile strength and corrosion resistance through toughness;
  • Molybdenum up to 1%. Makes steel heat resistant and more resistant to cutting edge;
  • Tungsten up to 0.6%: Usually found where large amounts of chromium are used. Tungsten increases the wear resistance of the knife, compensating for the lack of strength of chromium;
  • Vanadium up to 4%: Used for the production of fine-grained steel by heat treatment. Since powder steel depends on the correct distribution of fine grains, vanadium is a must. This is for added wear resistance of the cutting edge.



Disadvantages of the Böhler M390:

Of course, there are also disadvantages. For example, M390 is relatively expensive steel. Not only in terms of price per kilogram, but also in terms of modification. The wear resistance of this steel tells us that it is difficult to machine. Thus, you need more time to change anything in the blade and the abrasives will wear out much faster. Therefore, a knife made of M390 steel is often more expensive than a knife made of other types of steel.

The M390 is also not easy to sharpen. That is, if you only use Arkansas stone, it will not go far. M390 prefers diamond coated stones or ceramics. Preferably at a very fixed angle.

Dagestan and knives as an art form


Dagestan and knives as an art form

(Kizlyar knives)



The History:

The Caucasus has been famous for its melee weapons since ancient times. Armourers have always been valued for their beautiful, perfectly shaped and sharp knives. The centuries-old experience and skill of ancestors revived the Dagestan enterprise of the city of Kizlyar in its products.

Knives were made in those parts, starting approximately from the 1st-2nd century BC, when Caucasian Albania appeared. This contributed, along with the emergence of trade relations, the development of the formidable arms craft. But we will recall the time that is closer to us than the mention of Caucasian Albania.

There were both small industries that satisfied the needs of only the local population for such a product, and larger ones, which later grew into entire centers for the supply of weapons not only to the whole of Dagestan, but also to other, more remote regions of the Caucasus. Hence the name "weapons smithy". The blades were made of both all-steel and welded steel, which was of particular value due to the pattern obtained with this manufacturing method.

The decoration:

The decoration also played an important role. This is a real art that modern masters are now reviving. But the acquisition of a good Kizlyar, Dagestan, knife in the past was considered a great success in Russia. Now you can buy Kizlyar knives with or without ornaments without even leaving your home, since there are Internet resources selling various equipment, and along with it, knives. But a good blade, decorated with an ancient pattern, has not left anyone indifferent.

The craftsmen had several types of ornamentation, which had clear differences, but could be combined on one blade. So, for example, one of the compositions was called "tutta", which means "branch", "tree" in translation. This ornament was built along vertical symmetry. The axis divided the surface intended for decoration into two equal parts. And it was believed that such an ornament can only be performed with high quality by a very experienced master.

Russian hunters and other hunters have always liked the steel of Dagestan, and now Kizlyar knives. They combine reliability and aesthetics, the spirit of the past and the ergonomics of our time, grace and formidable strength. And once having received such a blade as a companion, you will walk with it many kilometers of the roads of your life and will be able to pass it on to your sons almost the same as it was on the day of your meeting.


Kizlyar knives are produced in several categories: 

  • Hunting;
  • Dagger;
  • Tourist / folding.


1. Kizlyar hunting knives deservedly enjoy the greatest recognition among hunters, since they fully meet the following basic provisions:

  • the design of the knife with a handle pressed onto the shank, which runs along its entire length;
  • handle material made of Caucasian walnut, leather, wood, rubber-plastic;
  • blade geometry. In the vast majority of models, the blade tapers to a point, and some have a dedicated stiffener;
  • dimensions. Ideal for hunting knife sizes are in the range of 20-25 cm with a long blade of no more than 13-15 cm.


2. Kizlyar daggers are one of the oldest weapons for hand-to-hand combat. Modern models are produced in the form of a gift or souvenir product, since the combat dagger belongs to the category of edged weapons, the storage and carrying of which requires a license and special permission. All samples have the manufacturer's mark; if desired, a custom-made inscription is applied to the upper part of the dagger.


3. Kizlyar tourist knives are the main tool in any hiking trip. They are of high quality, reliable and versatile. The high-carbon steel of the blades keeps their sharpness for a long time and is ideal for processing products and small woodworking. Some models are equipped with a sereiter - a serrated sharpened section that is convenient for making fire with a flint or cutting ropes.


Kizlyar knives are the dream of many connoisseurs and connoisseurs of cold steel. They have a great shape, recognizable the first time.

Steel D2


Famous steel D2



D2 - high quality tool steel. At the moment it is out of competition due to the class level and the corresponding quality. It contains all the necessary qualities, and the components are combined in the correct ratio.

Information :

D2 is a premium steel of a special segment, which is appreciated by many experts in this field. The alloy has a high level of carbon and chromium in its composition, is resistant to corrosion, wear, as well as all kinds of loads and mechanical stress. The finished D2 knife has excellent cutting properties and will not dull with prolonged use.


D2 steel chemical composition :


Carbon (C)% Manganese (Mn)% Chromium (Cr)% Silicon (Si)% Molybdenum (Mo)% Vanadium (V)% HRC D2
1.55 0.35 11-13 0.45 0.90 0.90




In addition to the presence and correct ratio of the above elements, the manufacture of steel cannot do without heat treatment. This process takes place at temperatures reaching 870 degrees. After that, it cools down, undergoes pre-planned processing, and then hardens again. Only then is it cooled outside high temperatures.


Advantages of D2 steel for knives :

  • Steel has high hardness - it keeps sharpening for a long time,
  • Steel is a semi-stainless steel,
  • The carbon content makes the cut of this steel more aggressive,
  • Low price.


Disadvantages of D2 steel for knives :


Of course, this steel has disadvantages. Any steel has its drawbacks. D2 has practically one - steel is not completely stainless. Given the high carbon content of steel, D2 knives can be “pitted”. slight pitting, and on contact with acidic media, the blade may darken slightly.


Analogs :

Among the high-carbon steels, the D2 grade is the most popular. If you sharpen the knife blade correctly, then such a knife will serve its owner for a long time. Among the Russian counterparts, the X12MF steel grade is known, and in Japan the analogue of steel is the SLD grade. Blades made of this steel do not rust, but it is preferable not to leave the knives in a humid environment, but wipe with a dry cloth after use.


Conclusion :

Summing up, we can say about steel D2 that it has more pluses than minuses. D2 steel has excellent anti-corrosion properties, but not enough chromium to be called stainless. It has a high hardness, holds the sharpen well. But it is less tough in comparison with competitors, therefore, in order to sharpen it, you will have to seek the help of a master.

AiR Zlatoust



AiR Zlatoust knives


Brand history


The history of the unique art of Zlatoust steel engraving is more than 200 years old. It all started with the organization in 1815 of the Zlatoust factory of "white weapons", as cold weapons were called then: sabers, swords, checkers, cleavers and much more. But from the first days the factory produced not only military, but also ceremonial and decorated decorated weapons. The foundation was laid by German gun-makers specially invited for training from Solingen. Born two centuries ago as a result of the joint work of European masters and Ural craftsmen, this art of metal decoration acquired its unique face in Zlatoust.

Zlatoust engraving on metal, as an art, absorbed the richest traditions of Russian and Western European gunsmiths of the 17th-18th centuries, but the Ural engravers created their own original style of decorating weapons. Initially, the designs on the blades consisted of several traditional compositions that were not related to each other. Over time, detailed thematic plots appeared: real figures of warriors, massive battle scenes, hunting motives, Ural landscapes. The remarkable art of Zlatoust artists-engravers throughout the 19th century remained at a high level, and the products in terms of their artistic value and technique of execution were considered unsurpassed not only in Russia, but also in the oldest weapon centers in Western Europe. At the beginning of the 90s of the XX century, several art workshops of non-state ownership appeared in Zlatoust, which gave a further impetus to the revival and development of original art - metal engraving.

The company "AiR" was founded on July 26, 1999 with the aim of reviving and developing the best traditions of making edged weapons and household items, decorated in the style of Zlatoust engraving. At that time, up to a dozen small enterprises were working in Zlatoust, engaged in the manufacture of decorated edged weapons. Unlike the firms that produced expensive blades decorated with gold, the A&R Company started the serial production of simple and reliable hunting knives. Zlatoust decorated weapons already in the 19th century gained fame not only in Russia, but also far beyond its borders. Zlatoust decorated blades are kept in the Kremlin Armory, in the Hermitage, in the Military History Museum of St. Petersburg, in the State Historical Museum in Moscow, in the Library of Congress of the United States, the Imperial War Museum in London and in the Louvre of France

By now, the AiR Company has grown to the level of a leader in the manufacture of working knives and decorated products. The organic synthesis of the traditions of the gunsmiths of the past and modern technologies, combined with excellent quality, ensured the popularity of Airov knives among tourists, fishermen, and hunters. The blades are forged from Zlatoust high-carbon corrosion-resistant steel with excellent technical characteristics. The assortment is constantly growing.

Ferat by MR.Blade



 History of the knife FERAT


One of the main characteristics and parameters of the knife is reliability. The engineers were tasked with designing a folding tactical knife with a powerful dagger-shaped blade. In the process, when designing a knife-dagger, we encountered one feature. When choosing a lock mechanic, we opted for a basic liner lock, since this lock is reliable, unpretentious and the biggest plus for a tactical folding knife is that it can be instantly opened with one hand. For this purpose, there are special elements at the base of the blade - cylindrical pins, that have a round shape.

The knife was originally designed using a ballbearing assembly. The widest support with a bearing of a larger diameter made it possible to eliminate vertical backlash to a minimum. This knife has a thick construction, so it is very strong and reliable. However, the knife is quite light, so you can easily carry it with you all day long.

During the designing and testing of the samples, one feature was noticed. The reliability of holding the blade in the working position was influenced by the thickness and angle of the heel, plus the size of the liner. With a narrow and long blade relative to the width, it was necessary to keep it securely in the open position, it was necessary to increase the thickness of the liner. And since the liner in the design is part of the knife frame, this would lead to an increase in the size and weight of the knife. This is how an additional liner retainer appeared. The gracefully and reliably designed retainer turns the knife into a powerful fighting tool that has become almost a full-tang.

We were inspired by the Czechoslovakian film «Ferat Vampire». The knife takes the name of a mechanical monster in the form of a car that feeds on human blood. But our little pocket monster serves the other way around - it is a reliable assistant in different life situations.

For certain purposes, the knife can be used without opening the blade, for example, breaking a glass. In this case, the knife is being used as a stick, while the blow is applied with the handle.

After finishing and testing all units and elements on samples, a further task was set by the designers. 3D modeling, prototyping on CNC machines and using 3D printers, the designers completed the task 100%. Ferat received new laconic forms and attractive design and the possibility of using the clip that is rearranged on both sides. Under the lanyard, you can use the extreme link in the heel of the handle.. Now on the market there are already counterfeit parodies with similar designs.

High tech and concise, sparkling and modern, progressive design and high-quality components – all this are Ferat.  Attention to small details will reveal that real pro team was working hard on this model.

Dagger blade shape with false blade predetermines high penetration ability.  Additional lateral stiffness achieved by fuller.  For cutting perfection with thick enough blade hollow grind is used, providing an absolute control over the cut.  Opening is enhanced with ball bearing, making the opening a snap.  The handle has a powerful 0.087 inch (2.2 mm) frame with two pointers serving as a glass braker.  Additional safety is provided by liner lock, eliminating closing of the blade under load.

Hunting Knife





A hunting arsenal should consist of many elements, and one of the main accessories is a knife. Without a knife, it will not be possible to process prey, be it fish or meat. But often a hunting knife is needed for hiking purposes - to cut off bushes, cut rope, mud, chop branches for a fire, open something, and so on.



Each hunter chooses a knife based on his own needs and goals. There are no utility knives. The selection is made based on the assigned tasks. For example, a hunting knife with an elongated blade and guard will not be very convenient to butcher the carcass.

For processing and cutting, it is better to use a classic knife with a length of 12-14 cm with a wide blade, an especially thick butt is not needed, because the thicker the knife, the more it meets the resistance when cutting. The mass, ideally, should not exceed 180 grams, otherwise it will be physically expensive to manage it. It will be more convenient and easier to work, especially over a long time, if the chopping knife has a good balance. Of course, someone uses longer blades for cutting, but the work will not be as accurate as 13-centimeter ones.

Folding hunting knives should be taken with special care. It is more convenient to carry them with you, but do not forget that a folding knife requires more careful care.

Hunting blades are more durable than kitchen blades because they often have to cut through fairly hard objects. An important thing for such a knife is a strong handle, which is easy to handle in any conditions. Typically, these knives have an all-metal construction.

With the development of world metallurgy, in recent years, knives with blades made of powder steel are gaining more and more popularity among hunters. Such a knife perfectly keeps sharpening, like any high-carbon steel, but, at the same time, it is practically not susceptible to corrosion, wear-resistant, shows excellent strength characteristics and is not inferior in cutting aggressiveness.



The knife should lie comfortably in the hand: it is the ergonomics of the handle of a particular knife that plays an important role. It should be comfortable for your hand. Take a knife and make a few sharp movements, and then a few small ones. The hand should not get tired. It is advisable that the knife fits you from the first minute, and you do not have to get used to it.

  • Wood, type-setting birch bark or type-setting leather (medium strength, comfortable to hold in hand at any temperature);
  • Metal (increased strength, heats up or cools down depending on the weather, preferably used with anti-slip pads);
  • Plastic (low strength, it is better to refuse products with such handles due to unreliability. They have one advantage - low price).




Pay close attention to the geometry of the blade. Thanks to one shape or another, you can cut something quickly and efficiently. If the knife has a thin blade, it will cut easily, but due to its thinness, the blade has a lower margin of safety. Therefore, decide what kind of tasks you set for this knife.

As for steel, here you need to decide on the purchase budget, and do not forget that a knife is the thing that can save you in unfavorable circumstances. remember that a knife is your friend, who, helping you, requires attention to himself. With this approach, the knife will serve you faithfully for more than one year, or even more than a dozen years.

Steel AUS-8



Steel AUS-8



Choosing a compromise between Damascus steels with a hardness of 58-62 HRC and stainless steel of the 95X18 and 50X14MF type, pay attention to the AUS-8 steel, which by its characteristics occupies an intermediate position between them, that is, the "golden mean".

Some call it "obsolete steel", but we see only advantages in this - AUS-8 is easy to process, eminent gunsmiths and artisans know how to work with it, so the risk of encountering low-quality blades made of Japanese stainless steel is very small, although ... In general, as always, Buy where there is a return guarantee in which case.


10 characteristics of AUS-8 steel and knives made of it :

  • High mechanical properties (strong steel);
  • Easy to grind and polish;
  • With proper heat, AUS-8 knives show an aggressive cut, keep sharpening well;
  • Resistance of the cutting edge of knives to chipping;
  • Medium corrosion resistance (don't forget to care for the knife);
  • Has toughness (feel free to use for cleavers, machetes and tourist hatchets);
  • Easily sharpened at home, as well as with improvised means;
  • Relatively low price with stable quality;
  • Recommend knives from AUS-8 for hunters, fishermen, tourists, hikers, fishermen, chefs or for work in the kitchen.


Negative moments :

  • Prolonged exposure of the knife in a humid environment may undergo pitting (pitting) corrosion;
  • The hardness of steel can "walk" from manufacturer to manufacturer, but within reasonable limits.


Chemical composition :


 C Si  Mn Cr  Mo   V      
0.7-0.75  1.0   0.5 13.0-14.5  0.1-0.3 0.1-0.26   


Z90 steel


Steel Z90 ( France)



Steel Z90 (Z90CDV18) is a high-carbon stainless alloy created by the French metallurgical industry, which has high hardness, wear resistance and ductility. It is actively used in the knife industry. It is classified as a high-quality steel for making knives in the budget and mid-range segment.


Z90 is a corrosion-resistant chromium steel produced by the French Association Francaise de Normalization (AFNOR). This alloy, like its many analogues, including the domestic steel 95 × 18, is widely popular and is actively used in knife production.

The characteristics of the Z90 depend entirely on the quality of the hardening. With the correct technology, it is possible to achieve optimal performance for creating cutting tools. So, the hardness of the metal is in the range of 57-59 HRC, which is the most suitable value at which a high level of strength is achieved without loss of elasticity, some manufacturers bring this value to 60-62 HRC, but then there is a great risk of making the alloy too brittle.


Steel has undoubted advantages: 


  • Good resistance to corrosion and chemical processes due to its high chromium and vanadium content.
  • Excellent toughness is an important characteristic, which means that the blade will not break even under strong mechanical stress, for example, if it is thrown into wood or struck against another metal.
  • Affordable cost, allowing the Z90 to be attributed to the middle price segment, while the quality of this steel is an order of magnitude higher than that of many competitors - an important plus in modern realities.
  • The alloy composition includes various alloying additives that optimally balance its characteristics.
  • Hardness 57-59 HRC is almost ideal, it combines strength and flexibility.
  • The Z90 makes all-round knives that, thanks to their properties, are able to cope with any daily task.


But there are also disadvantages:


  • Metal processing is rather difficult due to its high hardness. It is not easy to sharpen a knife - a significant disadvantage at home, however, it dulls much longer.
  • Sometimes, depending on the manufacturer, it turns out that the Z90 composition in excess can be burdened with phosphorus and sulfur, which negatively affect all positive properties.
  • Many blades made of this steel have increased fragility, so it is better not to take risks and not use them for working with very hard materials.


Chemical composition

Composition of Z90 CDV18 steel in percent:    

C Cr  Mn Mo Ni P Si S V
0.9-1.1 16-18  -  0.6-1  - 0.03 1.0 0.025 0.1


  • Carbon affects the hardness of the metal, but its high content makes the structure brittle;
  • Chromium determines the resistance of the alloy to corrosion processes;
  • Molybdenum increases hardenability and has a positive effect on wear resistance;
  • Phosphorus and sulfur are harmful additives used in production technology; outside the norm, they significantly reduce the characteristics of steel;
  • Vanadium increases strength, service life and toughness;
  • Silicon removes unnecessary oxygen bubbles from the composition, making its structure homogeneous.



One of the closest analogues of the Z90 in terms of its properties and chemical composition is the domestic steel 95X18. Most of the Russian blacksmiths and large manufacturers, for example, "Zlatoust" actively use it in the production of knives, which is not at all surprising. Blades made of 95X18 have a number of positive properties:

  • high level of wear resistance;
  • increased strength;
  • hardness;
  • neutral reaction to aggressive media.
What you need to know about knife steel

When you choosing a knife, which can be folding or fixed, hunting or fishing, urban EDC or tactical, camping or survival knife, you must first pay special attention to the type of steel used on the blade. Along with the geometry and design of the blade, the blade material is the critical element that determines how the knife will perform.



Primitively speaking, steel is an alloy of iron with carbon. If there is too much carbon, then cast iron is obtained. If too little, then it is called tin. Anything in between can be called steel. Its various types are determined not only and not so much by the proportions of iron and carbon, but by alloying with various additives and impurities that give different properties to steel.

Carbon: Present in all types of steels as a basic element that imparts hardness and rigidity. Most often we expect a carbon content of more than 0.5% from steel (these are the so-called high-carbon steels)

Manganese: An important element of the alloy, it gives the metal a grain structure, and contributes to the strength of the blade, as well as rigidity and wear resistance. It is used to improve steel during rolling and forging (so-called "deoxidized steel"). Present in all blade steel alloys except types A-2, L-6, and CPM 420V.

Chromium: gives the alloy wear resistance, hardenability, and most importantly, corrosion resistance. Steel with a content of at least 13% chromium is called "stainless". Although, despite this name, any steel can corrode if not cared for properly.

Molybdenum: a hard-melting element, prevents blade brittleness and brittleness, gives resistance to heat. Present in many alloys. The so-called "air hardened" steels contain at least 1% molybdenum, which makes this type of hardening possible.

Nickel: Used for hardness and corrosion resistance as well as alloy toughness. Present in steels L-6, as well as in AUS-6 and AUS-8.

Silicon: Used for the strength of the blade. Just like manganese, it is used in blade forging.

Tungsten: gives the blade a wear resistance. When combined with chromium or molybdenum, tungsten makes steel "high speed". This steel grade M-2 has the highest tungsten content. Also used in the manufacture of tank armor

Vanadium: contributes to wear resistance and strength. Hard-melting element of increased hardness, which is necessary in the manufacture of fine-grained steel. Many alloys contain vanadium, but its highest content is in the M-2, Vascowear grades, as well as CPM T440V and 420V (in decreasing order of vanadium content). Steel BG-42 differs from steel ATS-34 mainly in the addition of vanadium.



Remember that any steel can rust. But the so-called "stainless" steels, due to the addition of at least 13% chromium, have significant resistance to corrosion. At the same time, it should be noted that one percentage of chromium is still not enough for the recognition of steel as belonging to the category of "stainless". In the knife industry, the de facto standard is 13% chromium, but the ASM metal guide says "more than 10%" is sufficient; other sources set their own quantitative boundaries. We add that alloying elements are strongly influenced by the chromium content; a lower proportion of chromium with properly selected other impurities can give the same "stainless steel" effect.


How to take care of a knife

Quality care as a necessary part for all knives????

No knife is designed to stand up to improper care. It is obvious, that you want to ensure that you’re doing everything you can to keep your tool in the best possible shape. By cleaning your knife and caring for it properly, you’ll extend its life and ensure optimal performance for many years to come.

Read through to know the ways through which one can maintain and take proper care of their knives.

1) Cleaning Your Fixed Blade Knife

When cleaning a fixed blade knife, it’s important to take care not to use harsh, abrasive cleaners. The stainless steel surface of your knife’s blade may be coated with DLC (Diamond Like Coating), ZrN (Zirconium Nitride), or it may simply be an uncoated CPM (Crucible Particle Metallurgy) S35VN steel or something similar. In either case, using a harsh cleaner could either remove the finish or damage the steel of your knife, and we don’t recommend it.
Instead, simply use a mild soap and warm water to clean your fixed blade knife. Also, be sure that you use something soft and non-abrasive for this task, such as a cotton cloth or the non-abrasive side of a sponge. Using an abrasive scouring pad, steel wool, or any other highly abrasive material will likely scratch the coating (or the uncoated stainless steel finish) of your knife.
For sticky or gummy substances (such as tree sap, tar, and so on), first use a cloth with acetone to remove the residue in question. Wipe the knife clean, and then be sure to follow the instructions below for oiling to protect the finish.
Once your knife has been cleaned, be sure to dry it thoroughly.
Don’t forget to exercise caution when handling your knife for cleaning.
Oiling Your Knife

2) After washing and thoroughly drying your knife, it’s time to oil the blade. Applying oil to your blade will help to disperse any remaining water and seal the blade from moisture, which will help to eliminate both unsightly water spots and any potential for rust. Using a chamois cloth, apply a small amount of oil such as WD-40 to your blade. This will serve to both protect your blade and give it a clean, shiny appearance.
How to Properly Store a Knife

3) If you’re carrying your knife with you on a daily basis, you’ll likely have it in a sheath of some kind on your person. If you own knives that you don’t use regularly, though, it’s important to store them properly once they’ve been cleaned.
When storing your knife, be sure to place it in a low humidity environment of some kind. If your knife is in a case, drawer, or cabinet, placing a dessicant of some kind (such as a silicone gel pack) next to the knife will help to ensure that moisture doesn’t settle onto the blade. Generally speaking, we also recommend oiling your knife a couple of times per year if it’s in long term storage and isn’t seeing regular use.
If you take care of you knife, it will serve you well for years to come.

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