Damascus steel Folding Pocket Knife for Sale
A custom folding pocket knife is a genuine handmade knife crafted with different types of handles, such as camel bone handles, stag handles, and wood handles. Some of the wood handles we offered were rosewood, olive wood, walnut wood, ebony wood, and wood.
Top-quality folding knives that are made by hand and have so many different designs and styles. Easily carried and used daily. Providing customers with a knife that isn't a Damascus steel pocket knives. All of our knives have a back lock and liner lock, making them perfect for everyday use. Designed with our customers' needs in mind and tailored to fit your needs. Compact, durable, strong, and affordable. Tough, portable folding knives that look amazing as well.
Flowing water is reflected in the patterns on the blades of the knives. Blades made from Damascus steel can be honed to a razor-sharp edge while remaining extremely tough. Stag, camel bone, and ram horn are available as handles. Damascus steel folding pocket knife come with a leather sheath made by hand.
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The knives from Damascus are among the most sought-after knives in the world. These bags are known for their iconic pattern and durability, making them perfect for everyday use as well as special occasions. You're in the right place if you're looking for Damascus knife sets or Damascus knives shops. Damascus knives are offered in a variety of styles, sizes, and budgets.
There's no such thing as a real Damascus pocket knife. For any cooking task, we offer a variety of knives in our Damascus knife sets. The top-selling kitchen knife or Damascus folding knife can be used for chopping, paring, or slicing.
- Damascus Camel Bone Handle Folding Knife
- Damascus Folding knife Deer Antler Handle 8.5 INCH
- Damascus Deer Antler Folding Knife
Folding pocket knives come with different locking mechanisms:
Don’t be intimidated by all the different types of locks. All of them accomplish the same thing, but in their own unique way.
The inner liner of the handle is bent on one side so that it acts like a spring. As you open the blade, the springing liner slides behind the tang of the blade to prevent it from closing.
When you deploy the knife, one side of the knife's frame slides behind the blade, similar to a liner lock.
- Lock back
There is a locking bar running up the spine of the handle and springing into the knife's tang. By pressing on the bar near the butt of the handle, you can pivot it out of the tang.
Knife tangs have a notch in which a steel bar is inserted through the handle. Despite its strength, it does not require you to adjust your grip in order to operate.
The blade is locked closed or open by turning a collar around the base. Ensure that the collar gap lines up with the blade so that deployment is not impeded.