Hunting Knife, D2 Steel Classic Dagger Knife, 8″, Bone Handle, Fixed Blade, Full Tang
OVERALL LENGTH: 8″
BLADE LENGTH: 4″
HANDLE LENGTH: 4″
HANDLE MATERIAL: BONE BRASS PINS AND STEEL BOLSTER
INCLUDED LEATHER SHEATH
Blade Detail | Damascus Steel
Damascus Steel Handmade Forged knife:- Blade is Damascus Steel Hand Forged with 1095 and 15N20 High and Low Carbon Steel with over 252 Layers. These are two types of Steel Folded Together Many Times, then dipped in Ferric Chloride which eats away at the different Metals at different rates showing the Damascus pattern.
This is genuine folded steel, not laser printed.
HEAT TREATMENT:: Excellent heat treatment to blade | Oil Quenched
Scores a 56 to 58 HRC on the Rockwell Scale – This metal is tough and ready for work. Creating Damascus steel is still unknown to this day. The process has been lost for the past 500 years.
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How to Care For Damascus steel / Damascus Steel Care.
A Damascus steel blade knife that has been carefully crafted over hundreds of hours deserves the utmost attention and care. A legacy masterpiece requires a safeguard for maximum longevity. Damascus steel requires special care for it to retain its original luster and beauty.
Many hand-forged Damascus blades are made out of high carbon steel with small amounts of chromium in the alloy. While high in carbon steel, the blade can easily rust if not cared for. Collectors should ensure to keep their blades clean and dry to avoid rust or staining.
After cleaning and drying a Damascus steel knife, you should lubricate the blade with a specialty wax to protect it from moisture. Avoiding rust ensures the Damascus’ pattern remains as striking and vivid as the day it was hand-forged.
Abrasive elements such as textiles and chemicals can significantly affect the blade’s look. Using a rough cloth or metal cleaner can remove the etched oxidation that makes the blade’s pattern visible. If the etching is altered, you can send in your blade to the original designer for repair.
Storage conditions are crucial to a blade’s longevity. When it’s not being used, a Damascus steel knife should be stored in a dry interior environment free from fluctuations in moisture levels and temperature. A box or soft case can do the trick.
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