Monday, 28 April 2014

The Survival Tool-Perfect Pocket Knives

The famous “personalized pocket knives” were made by Romans in the 1st century and therefore made easy for both the explorers and the militia to have such a flexible weapon in their pocket but however sheathed knives started gaining more recognition. But again in 16th century pocket knives once more regained attention. Every person from simple farmer to soldiers to a commoner, everybody had this ultimate handy tool in their inventory.

However at the present time, having pocket knives started disappearing due to more security in edifice and airports. But these slight problems are negligible in front of such a knife who is giving you so many benefits.  You can discover all varieties of pocket knives for sale from best sellers to fill your inventory.

Sunday, 13 April 2014

Folding Knife vs Fixed Blade Knife: Which is good to use??

This is a common question of interest amongst all the knife lovers that which knife is best to choose between a folding knife and fixed blade knife????? But both the folding knives and fixed blade knives have equal weaknesses and capabilities. So it is you who can decide or choose which knife you want, according to the need.

Both the knives come with variety of choices and are quite popular. Their diversity of application and ease of use make them a smart choice for beginners.

Some of the drawbacks and advantages of both the knives I would like to share with you so that you can take the reference of these points while purchasing anyone from them.

Folding knife or Pocket knife:

This folding blade comes with folding as well as locking feature. You can fold the knife when it is not in use so it is safe to carry in any situation. The typical length is about 5 to 15 centimeters.

·         Compact as they can be folded hence easy to handle.
·         They are easy to transport than the fixed blades.
·         These knives are good for everyday use: opening an envelope, slicing fruit/vegetable, or for self defense purpose.
·         There is a limit on the length of the blade. Longer the blade, longer will be its handle.
·         They are bit hard to clean.
·         Not strong as fixed blades.