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Snake Bowie Knife - H2002

Snake Bowie Knife - H2002

NB Knife 10/08/2019 0
This "Snake Handle Bowie" features a 11" Damascus steel blade with a twisted pattern, the Bowie full length is 16".The hand sculpted handle is from premium Mahogany wood, and the hand sculpted Damascus fire pattern guard is cut of Snake.http://nb-knife.com//NB-Custom-Handmade-Damascus-Steel-Snake-Bowie-Knife-H2002...
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Lion Bowie Knife - H2001

Lion Bowie Knife - H2001

NB Knife 10/08/2019 0
This "Lion Handle Bowie" features a 12" Damascus steel blade with a twisted pattern, the Bowie full length is 17.50".The hand sculpted handle is from premium ironwood, and the hand sculpted Damascus fire pattern guard is cut of Lion.http://nb-knife.com//nb-custom-handmade-damascus-steel-lion-bowie-knife-h2001...
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Wolf Bowie Knife - H2000

Wolf Bowie Knife - H2000

NB Knife 10/08/2019 0
This "Wolf Handle Bowie" features a 12" Damascus steel blade with a twisted pattern, the Bowie full length is 17.50".The hand sculpted handle is from premium ironwood, and the hand sculpted Damascus fire pattern guard is cut of Wolf.http://nb-knife.com//nb-custom-handmade-damascus-steel-wolf-bowie-knife-h2000...
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Care for Damascus Steel

Care for Damascus Steel

NB Knife 09/08/2019 0
Damascus and Carbon steel knives are better than stainless steel knives but they do require a little care. Here are some tips to help you care for your knife.Given Damascus is a high carbon steel they need to be cared for and considered unlike the disposable stainless knives most have in their drawers. You will want to keep your knives stored in a dry space. Long term storage in leather sheaths could result in the blade rusting due to the absorbent nature of leather. We recommend preparing your knives for storage if you do not plan on using them for extended time periods. Coating the blade in Vaseline or a light oil (such as WD 40 or olive oil) will keep the moisture from staining the blade. If you are going to store them in leather we recommend you prep the blade, wrap it in plastic wrap then insert the knife in the sheath. The plastic wrap will act as a protective barrier between the steel and the leather. Once removed after storage simply clean off the blade and use.If the blade doe...
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