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Amazing List of Distinct Type of Knives [Chronologically]

Amazing List of Distinct Type of Knives [Chronologically]

Ab-0200

Acinaces

African Tradition

Aircrew Survival Egress Knife

Alehouse Dagger

American Tradition

Amphismela

Arkansas Toothpick

Arkansas Toothpick (19th-Century Us)

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Asian Tradition

Assisted-Opening Knife

Athame

‎Axis Lock

Baladaw (Filipino)

Balisong (Filipino)

Balisongs

Ballistic Knife

Ballpoint Pen Knife

Bangkung

Banyal

Barong (Sword)

Baselard

Baselard (14th-Century Long Cutting Dagger)

Batangas (Sword)

Bayonets

Bc-41

Bc-41 (Wwii)

Benchmade Griptilian

Bhuj (Weapon)

Bichuwa

Bichuwa (Indian)

Billao (Somali)

Billhook

Bird’s Beak Paring Knife

Blakas

Boline

Bollock Dagger

Bollock Dagger, Rondel Dagger, Ear Dagger (Thrust Oriented, By Hilt Shape)

Bolo Knife

Boning Knife

Boning Knives

Boot Knife

Boston Style: Boston-Style Oyster Knives Have Long, Narrow Blades That Are Effective At

Boti

Bowie Knife

Bread Knife

Bread Knives

Breaking Knives

Bronze Age Dagger

Buck 119 Special

Buck Model 110 Folding Hunter

Butcher Knife

Butcher Knives

Butcher’s Knife

Butter Knife

Butterfly Knife

Cane Knife

Carpenter’s Knife

Carving Knife

Case Knife

Case Trapper

Catlin (Surgery)

Ceramic Knife

Ceremonial Knives‎

Cheese Knife

Cheese Knives

Chef Knives

Chef’s Knife

Chris Reeve Knives Sebenza

Cimeter

Cimeter Knives

Cinquedea

Cinquedea (Broad Short Sword)

Cleaver

Cleavers

Clip Point

Coa De Jima

Coats Of Arms With Machetes

Combat Knife

Combat Knives

Commander (Knife)

Corvo (19th-Century Chile)

Corvo (Knife)

Cqc-6

Crkt M16

Crooked Knife

Cuchillo De Paracaidista (Argentine Paratroopers)

Dagger

Daggers‎

Deba Knives

Decorating Knife

Diamond Knife

Dirk

Dirk (Scotland)

Diver’s Knife

Douk-Douk

Drop Point

Ear Dagger

Electric Knife

Electrician’s Knife

Emerson Cqc-7

European Tradition

Facón

Facón (Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay)

Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife

Fairbairn–Sykes Fighting Knife

Fallkniven F1

Fascine Knife

Fighting Knife – Applegate–Fairbairn

Fillet Knife

Flank And Shoulder Knives

Fluting Knife

French Nail

Frenchman Style

Galveston Style

Gebel El-Arak Knife

Genoese Knife

Gerber 31-001901 Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro

Gerber Mark Ii

Gerber Mark Ii (1967)

Glass Breaker

Glass Knife

Glock Knife

Golok

Golok Rembau

Grapefruit Knife

Gravity Knife

Grind

Grindaknívur

Grindstone

Gunong

Gupti

Gyuto Knives

Hachiwara

Hacking Knife

Haladie

Haladie (Indian)

High Middle Ages

Higonokami

Honing Oil

Honyaki

Hori Hori

Hunting Dagger

Hunting Dagger (18th-Century Germany)

Hunting Knife

Hunting Knives

Jacob’s Ladder (Knife)

Jambiya (Yemen)

Jamdhar Katari

Janbiya

Japanese Kitchen Knives‎

Japanese Knives‎

Jile

Jimpul

Ka-Bar

Ka-Bar Usmc Utility

Kabeala

Kaiken

Kalis

Kampfmesser 42

Karambit

Kard

Katar

Katar (Dagger)

Kershaw Leek

Khanjali

Khanjar

Khanjar (Oman)

Kila

Kīla (Buddhism)

Kinmen Knife

Kirpan

Kitchen Knife

Kitchen Knife Indentation

Kitchen Knives‎

Kitchen Shears

Km2000

Knife Collecting

Knife Game

Knife Juggling

Knife Legislation

Knife Making

Knightly Dagger

Knives For Cooking

Korean Knife

Kris

Kris Of Knaud

Kujang

Kukri

Laguiole Knife

Lame (Kitchen Tool)

Late Middle Ages

Lawks

Leatherman Wave

Liner Lock

Linoleum Knife

List Of Blade Materials

Locking Knives‎

M3 Fighting Knife

Machete

Machetes‎

Maduvu

Main-Gauche

Malappuram Kathi

Mambele

Māripi

Marjacq

Mark 3 Knife

Mark I Trench Knife

Mattucashlass

Mbanja

Meat Carving Knives

Meat Cleaver

Medical Knives‎

Mercator K55k

Mezzaluna

Military Issue Or Commercial Designs, 1918 To Present

Military Knives‎

Mincing Knife

Misericorde (Weapon)

Modern

Mora Knife

Mora Of Sweden Mora

Multitools

Mumblety-Peg

Naga Salira

Nakiri Knife

Nakiri Knives

Navaja

Neck Knife

New Haven Style

Nontron Knife

Okc-3s Bayonet

Old Timer 8ot Senior Stockman

Opening Oyster Shells Regardless Of Their Size.

Opinel

Oyster Knives

Painting Knife

Palette Knife

Pantographic Knife

Paper Knife

Parang (Knife)

Parang Chandong

Parazonium

Paring Knife

Paring Knives

Parmesan Knife

Parrying Dagger

Parrying Dagger (17th- To 18th-Century Rapier Fencing)

Peeling Knife

Penknife

Penny Knife

Pesh-Kabz

Petty Knives

Piha Kaetta

Pizza Cutter

Pocket Knife

Pocket Knives‎

Pocketknife

Poignard

Primary Grind

Providence Style

Pugio

Pukoh Knife

Puñal (Spain, Latin America)

Punyal

Push Dagger

Puukko

Qama

Race Knife

Rampuri

Ratchet Knife

Recreational Knives

Renaissance

Rencong

Resolza

Rigging Knife

Rondel Dagger

Rybička (Knife)

Sami Knife

Santoku

Santoku Knife

Santoku Knives

Sark

Sashimi Knives

Scabbard

Scalpel

Schrade Old Timer 152ot Sharpfinger

Seax

Sebenza

Seme

Seme (Dagger)

Serrated Utility Knife

Sewar

Sgian-Dubh

Sgian-Dubh (Scotland)

Sharpening Stone

Sharpfinger

Sheath Knife

Sheep’s Foot Paring Knife

Shibriya

Shiv (Weapon)

Shocknife

Shuckra

Sica

Side Knife

Sikin Panyang

Skeleton Knife

Skinner Knife

Slicing Knives

Sliding Knife

Slipjoint

Smatchet

Snow Knife

Sog Knife

Soldatenmesser

Spear Point Paring Knife

Splayd

Splitting Band Knife

Spyderco Endura 4

Spyderco Military

Ss-Ehrendolch

Steak Knife

Sticking Knife

Stiletto

Stiletto (16th Century But Could Be Around The 14th)

Stock Knife

Strider Smf

Sürmene Knife

Survival Knife

Swiss Army Knife

Swiss Dagger

Switchblade

Swivel Knife

Table Knives‎

Tactical Axes

Tactical Knife

Tantō

Tecpatl

Throwing Knife

Throwing Knives

Throwing Stars

Tomato Knife

Tomato Slicer

Trench Knife

Trench Knife (Wwi)

Trimming Knife

Tutankhamun’s Meteoric Iron Dagger

Ulu

Umnumzaan

United States Marine Raider Stiletto

United States Marine Raider Stiletto (Wwii)

Utility Knife

Utility Knives

V-42

V-42 Stiletto

V-42 Stiletto (Wwii)

Vendetta Knife

Victorinox Classic Sd Swiss Army Knife

Warrior Knife

Wedung

Work Knives

X-Acto

X-Acto Knife

Yakutian Knife

Yank Levy Fighting Knife

Yoroi Doshi

Zombie Knife

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Why Wood Not To Use For Cutting Boards

Why Wood Not To Use For Cutting Board?

Wood is the best material to make a cutting or chopping board. This is because wood is sturdier, healthier, and harder to damage.

You should aware of the wood not use for cutting boards.

wood not to use for cutting boards

You may think you can use any wood that is harder and easy to curve. But this is wrong thinking.

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There are several things you need to know while choosing wood for chopping boards. Hardwoods such as maple, walnut, cherry, bamboo, etc.

Are more acceptable in this case. They are durable having less toxicity. Also, they are positive for our environment.

Knife Cutting Boards

On the other hand, experts suggest you not to choose fir, pine, cedar, etc. wood.

These are the suitable but unsafe and improper choice for a wooden cutting board.

Softwoods like these woods get broken or cut after several uses of knives on them. These are also toxic in some ways.

Cutting Boards

After several uses, these woods can leach oils and resins. Many people are allergic to these oils.

So, you should be careful in choosing woods which are not only beautiful but also have positive sides.

Is It Bad To Cut Meat On a Wooden Cutting Board?

Know About Boti (Cutting Tool) Before You Die!

Did You Know Details of Da-Boti?

What Is Boti?

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  • Boti is a cutting tool.
  • Boti is an alternative to a knife.
  • It Mainly used by South Asians.

How to Use Boti?

Boti is more convenient than a knife if you want to cut to sit comfortably on the floor with one leg folded on the wooden base and the other leg stretched.

It needs to hold boti with your leg, so your both hands will remain free, that is why you can chop the vegetables uniformly and in extremely tiny pieces.

boti and coconut grater

Cut Any Cooking Item

You can cut vegetables, meat, etc. You can also descale the fishes with the boti.

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Boti Has Different Form or Type

boti in market

Who Use Boti?

Boti mainly used by –

  • Addili
  • Arivalmanai or Aruvamanai
  • Assamese
  • Bangali
  • Bawm
  • Bhil
  • Bhutia
  • Bihar
  • Chaimal
  • Chakma
  • Garo
  • Halam
  • Indo-Aryan
  • Jamatia
  • Kathipeeta
  • Kaur
  • Khasia
  • Khumi
  • Konkani
  • Kuki
  • Lepcha
  • Lushai
  • Marathi
  • Marathi
  • Marmas
  • Mog
  • Mros (Mrus or Moorangs)
  • Munda
  • Noatia
  • Odiya
  • Orang
  • Panikhi
  • Pirdai
  • Riang
  • Santal
  • South Indian
  • Tanchangya
  • Tripura/Tripuri
  • Tripuras
  • Tripuri
  • Uchai
  • Vili or Morli

Region of Using Boti

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How to Cut With The Boti?

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

Traditional Style Of Fish Cutting With The Boti At Home

Fish Cutting With The Boti At Market

How To Cut Potato By Boti Very Fast?

Women Cut Vegetables With The Boti At Wedding Program

How to Sharp Boti At Home?

How To Make A Boti?

World’s Biggest Boti Market

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9 Secrets of Folding Knife Tricks That Make You Mad [Videos]

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Folding Knife Tricks

A folding knife is a tiny sharp stealth weapon. You can use it in different spheres of your daily life.

A couple of Folding Knife Tricks to Use it in Exclusive Ways

Knife Blade’s Back

When you position the knife blade’s back part and bite handle at the back side of your hand, you are doing the flick opening trick. Then you need to swift flick back of your wrist.

Thus,

The bite handle comes to the front and your knife is open for action.

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Flick Opening

Doing the flick opening trick in the opposite way is called flick closing trick. This means you are moving the knife from open to the closed position.

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

Pinwheel

The most interesting trick is the pinwheel trick of a folding knife. You need to hold the knife horizontally by pointing the tang pins in the same way or direction of your thumb.

Then hold the safe handle and drop the bite handle. The shift your grip by flipping the bite handle.

Now,

The bite handle will point to upwards.

Spinning

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

Aerial

If you wish to spend the time to learn a bit advanced tricks, then the aerial trick is only for you. You can’t do it alone or directly. You need to practice and be confident a lot.

Insane

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

Pencil Lead or Graphite to Fight

When your knife is full of rust or in contact with rust, you should use pencil lead or graphite to fight with it.

How To Open Folding Knives Fast

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

Roasting Chicken

Suppose you are using the folding knife in cooking such as roasting chicken. You should use sandy oil to clean it by scrubbing on the body of the knife. Then rinse the knife with soapy water.

Nevertheless,

There are lots of tips and tricks of a folding knife. You can find them online or the specialist who is busy with the knife tricks.

Remember,

You should be careful about staying safe while flipping or throwing the knife.

5 Crazy Pocket Knife Tricks [Videos] – You Entered Into Next Level

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Pocket Knife Tricks

Pocket knives look very small in their sizes. But they have the capabilities to make your life easier in most cases.

These knives are of multiple types such as…

  • Peasant
  • Slip joint (Barlow, Canoe)
  • Multi-tool (Butterfly, Swiss army), etc.
  • All of these are effective in doing various tasks.
Pocket Knife

You should know the pocket knife tricks to get the best benefits from it. Here I am demonstrating on butterfly pocket knife tricks.

Likely reding for you:

Butterfly or Balisong is kind of folding blade knife means you can fold it and keep it anywhere easily.

Opening and closing the knife is kind of fun in different methods or tricks.

However,

These are some useful butterfly knife tricks for everyone:

The Flip Opening Trick

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

The flip opening is the most common trick of Balisong pocket knife. You need to adjust the mechanical movement of flipping with the wrist.

At the same time, you can rotate the blade at 360° to its opening position by keeping control of safe handle.

The Flip Closing Trick

Flip closing is doing the same thing as the flip opening but in the opposite direction. Flick the wrist to send the blade to the hiding handle.

You should know that you must keep your palms open to flip the blade in ample space to set it back in the actual position.

Spinning Trick

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

Pinwheel Trick

Pinwheel trick is another interesting way to be a knife trickster. Hold the knife in a horizontal position in the way that tang pins should point to your thumb line.

Then drop the bite handle while tightly gripping the safe handle.

Then flip the bite handle around and shift the grip over the handle.

When the bite handle is set upwards, it will be locked in the safety position.

Big Blade Trick

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

There are more similar or different ways to open or close the pocket knives.

You should practice them to be an expert pocket knife trickster.

101 Knife Hacks Recover You from Odd Condition

Knife Hacks Make Your Life Easy

24 Knife Hacks That Will Change Your Life

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10 Simple Life Hacks-Sharpen A Knife With Everyday Objects Around You

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

15 Sharp Knife Hacks

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

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11 Brilliant And Easy Knife Hacks

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

6 Knife Tricks That Will Change Your Life

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6 Life Hacks For Knife You Should Know

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

5 Best Life Hacks with Knife

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19 Life Hacks With A Knife

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

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6 Knife Life Hacks You Should Know

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Crazy Butterfly Knife Tricks Advanced [Videos] – Make You Mad

List of Butterfly Knife Tricks Tutorial For Beginner & Advanced

Balisong aka Butterfly knife is a tool that can blow your mind. It doesn’t only fulfill the needs of a knife but also you can amaze your friends and foes with awesome tricks.

These tricks are of different types like from beginner level to advanced or expert level.

Butterfly Knife

But performing them requires hard work, patience, and practice.

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Some of them are pretty easy to do like flick opening, flick closing, aerial, pinwheel, etc. But these are quite beginner tricks.

I am sharing you two different butterfly knife tricks advanced here to make your moments exciting.

Behind the 8 balls and Helix, two are relatively hard tricks of a butterfly knife. Behind the 8 balls is harder than Helix.

It consists of 3 main rotation spins. To perform this trick, you need to flip the knife open horizontally after keeping to index finger behind the knife blade.

Now spin the knife around your index finger with grabbing the safe handle.

Then perform a Chaplin and Zen rollover (intermediate tricks) one by one around your thumb. Then again do the Chaplin once again.

Later catch the bite handle before the wrist pass (another int. trick). This is how Behind 8 Ball trick works.

Helix also consists of 3 main rollovers like the above one. Hold your knife’s bite handle and put the index finger behind the back of the blade.

Now start the trick by doing Zen rollover. Now turn the hand upside down and then do a rollover around the index finger and catch the knife.

Turn the hand from palm down to palm up and bring the knife up.

Then do the Chaplin and roll it over the thumb.

The last thing is performing a wrist pass. Now, you have learned the Helix butterfly knife tricks advanced.

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N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

N.B: The task performance by the experts please don’t try this without any supervision.

Fixed Blade Knife Tricks – You Amazed To Others

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Fixed Blade Knife Tricks

Fixed blade knife is a popular type of knife which we use regularly especially in our kitchen. But the concept is bigger than we know about it.

We can apply the advantages of fix blade knives in hunting, combat, survival, throwing, etc.

Fixed blade knives are sturdy, versatile and easy to use.

There are no specific tricks to open or close the fixed blade knife.

However,

These are some useful fixed blade knife tricks:

Fixed blade knives can be used in any kind of heavy-duty tasks.

Because

They are of any small to big size, sturdier, and usable in any situation.

Fixed Blade Knife Tricks

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You can cut the wood or prepare the food with the help of fixed blade knives. For regular uses, you should use fixed blade knives.

Folding knives are not suitable for every task. They can break anytime as they have a hinge or moving parts.

But fixed blade knives break very rarely and they are easy to maintain. The blade and the handle are connected to the specific way so that they last longer than folding knives.

Fixed blade knife is always prepared to use at any time. You don’t need to fold or unfold it.

You can deploy this tool faster. Just draw the knife and complete the purpose of it. You can chop anything easily with the sharp edge of the fixed knife.

Even in hunting, it’s easier to cut the object. For camping purpose, fixed blade knives are handier and more useful.

There are hundreds of uses or tricks to use a fixed blade knife. Suppose you want to carve a thing.

Then you can use the knife to give shape to eat.

From food cooking to survive in the adventure in the adverse environment, tips of fixed blade knife will help you a lot.

So, undoubtedly fixed blade knife tricks are supportive.