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Knives are one of the most versatile tools of all times. They are used everyday in the kitchen for chopping up chicken and for fine detailing small fruits. Campers use them to cut rope and clean fish. Most soldiers and rescue personnel would not be caught without one. Some knives are kept just for the collector's value.
depends on what you are doing with it. if you are actively using it  for cutting purposes ad sharp knife is far safer for many reasons.  first, it provides a cleaner cut to the item, resulting in less  chance of the blade slipping and hitting you. second, if it does  hit you it will cut clean. A...
That depends on what exactly.   The maximum knife length allowed in a commercial kitchen? The  maximum length you're allowed to own in a certain state or country?  The maximum length they are available in some crafts?   Re-ask the question please, it does not have enough information for  an...
No, it is legal to carry one and sell them... but you have to have  a gun permit to carry them concealed.
The whole world almost everybody has tried and saw and probably got  electrocuted but curious cat got ran over
metal is a conductor of electricity meaning it the electricity can  pass through the outlet to the toaster then through the knife to  the child's hand shocking them so in short yes
In Google Images when you type in Masonic Knives.
I believe the first knives made by smith and wesson were bowie  knives. They held a contract with the US military for some time.
It is used for slicing foods with less physical effort and it makes  neater slices. The knife part is two serrated blades that are  clipped together.
A knife is a wedge by it's classical definition. "A piece of hard  material with two principal faces meeting in a sharply acute angle"    There is something called a "wedge-knife", however most knives  would not make very good wedges.
yes ive read that one
Depending on which company you buy them from, they are primarily  stainless steel. Not carbon steel. Stainless doesn't rust and it is  much cheaper for both the buyer and the manufacturer.
I was able to find a PUMA 200th Anniversary Folding Knife 1769-1969  Stag Handle & Presentation Box on ebay that sold for $325.99
Someone who collects knives is a knife collector or knife dealer.  The fancy term is machirologist.
Step #1- Prepare your knife for shipment. For the  safety of our technicians, please clean away any dirt or debris  such as blood or animal matter from your knife.   Step #2- Package your knife securely in a box or  padded envelope. Be sure the knife cannot move or shift while  inside the...
Many years ago, almost all men carried a small pocket knife. A jack  knife is normally a small folding knife that fits in pockets. "Jack  knife" doesn't have a specific kind of blade.
You would use the short blade of the paring knife to peel an apple  or maybe to cut a nectarine into sections (down to the pit). The  chef's knife is a much longer blade. You would use that as an  easier to chop food, etc.
I would probably say Josh Hutcherson would do great in it, but I'm not sure. I've heard that they will have auditions sometime in October. Josh Hutcherson could look a little older than 12, but I don't think that really matters. He did great in Bridge to Terabithia. There will be no subtle knife...
They were explorers. They probably needed them for defense, or  other use.
Jenson Arms, or Precision Knife & Tool LLC
any age, but the store has the store has the option to refuse to sell
Look up "Kershaw Stilettos" Kershaw makes good knives all around
Another name for a soft knife would be soft knife an a straight knife.   Maybe even a rounded knife
Military needed serrations to cut fibrous material. Rope, etc.
A cook's knife, also called a Chef's knife or French knife, is a large all-purpose knife that everyone should have in their basic kitchen arsenal. It's really just a modified butcher's knife, originally used to slice and disjoint large cuts of beef. Direct counterpart of western chef's knife from...
 City in Canada      Yellowknife is the capital  city of Canada's Northwest Territories. It lies on the north shore  of Great Slave Lake, with views of the northern lights in fall and  winter. Exhibits at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre,  by Frame Lake near downtown,...
na its illegal in IL sorry to break dha bad news to ya.
== ==   They probably use folding knives as backups to their guns.
Pause and go to items,then go to sora then, where it says kingdom key click that,then pick the key you want. Hope you Understood. This is in Kingdom Hearts I and II
I just bought a red head bowie and i was wondering if i could use it as a hardcore survival knife like the kabar. i want to know if the blade will chip, break, or be damaged if i use it to cut any type of wood
The night of the long knives was in 1934 when Hitler had gained the title of Chancellor but was becoming increasingly worried that his Sturmabteilung (SA/Brownshirts) were going to overthrow him. Therefore he organised a mass assissination when most of the officers were on leave. Nearly all the SA...
The most expensive modern knife would be Jewel of the Orient made by Buster Warenski. It originally sold for 2.1 million. I'm not sure of it's current price.The most expensive knives that are not modern are only found in museums and will most likely never be sold thus making them priceless. An...
Yes, to knife click R3. The knife is extremly lethal and will kill the enemy with one blow in close quarters combat.
Alone at last, we can sit and fight I've lost all faith in this blurring light Stay right here we can change our plight! We're storming through this, despite what's right! One final fight, for this tonight Whoa With knives and pens, we've made our plight Lay your heart down, the end's in...
A knife is sharp for 2 main reasons:Increases the performance of it as knives are made to cut. The sharper the edge-the easier it splits material apart.It is also for safety reasons. Dull knives requires more force to cut therefore the chances of slipping with them is greatly increased. Cuts from...
Section 2C:39-3 of the New Jersey Criminal Code makes it illegal to  carry "any gravity knife, switchblade knife, dagger, dirk, stiletto  . . . without any explainable lawful purpose." basically, if it can  flip or spring open, or has a double edge blade it is illegal.  anything with a thumb...
That's sort of a gray area. The answer, I believe, is that they are legal to buy and own but not legal to conceal and carry. One handed opening knives like tactical folders, that open via the use of a thumb stud or thumb hole with a blade that is less than 5" are perfectly legal to own and carry in...
It gives more friction, allowing it to cut touch things easier. Fruit is already pretty smooth on the inside, so it doesn't need serration. Breads and meat however usually do need serration to cut, though different types.
To cut off limbs that had been too damaged to repair or limbs that  had gangrene, in order to save the persons life.
The laws vary from state to state. As of 9-1-15 switchblades are  legal in Tx.
Not sure but The Blade Shop carries a large line of Spyderco knives.
Looks exactly like a Presto
Most are red, because that is the colour of the Swiss flag, and, allegedly, it makes it easier to find if you drop it in the snow (Probably a myth). But, you can get them in lots of different colours as well. The knife they supply to the Swiss Army, the "Soldatenmesser 08" is green-brown.
only if it is two sided more then 3 inches on both sides
A steak knife is really a tiny, sharp wedge; it pries apart a piece of something.
Free market, or trade from another character.
== Answer ==   This varies widely, by state. According to 1988 laws, in MI, they are legal only as a "curio". Please refer to the link on this answer page for more info. There is no federal law banning switchblades or the carrying thereof.
  CLAYMORE. Claidheamh means sword (cf. Latin gladius) and mor means big.
  Extremely carefully!! If what you own are genuine antiques, do not even attempt to clean them yourself. Get a professional to have a look at it. Perhaps go to a museum and see what they say about cleaning it. It is all too easy to remove the fine patina that develops on the blade and fittings....
Oven. Object is to function, so an oven bakes something, and a knife slices something.
different sized grinding wheels or round files are used to cut  grooves in the blade
usually a knife can opener tweezers tooth pick scissors pliers etc
You have to use more pressure with them to try and make them work. This can cause you to slip and cut or stab yourself. Keep knives sharp. If your knife is sharp, it will slide easily through what you are cutting, with little force involved. If the knife is blunt, you have to force it and if you...
Most people hold the fork in their right hand, while holding the knife in their left. In the European style, people cut their food with the fork in the left hand and knife in the right, then generally have to transfer the fork back to the right hand, as there are many more right-handed people. This...
If you read all the books you will notice in the Amber Spyglass Will does get his own Demon.
she didnt name them but i made 1 like hers and called is GoldenWisdom
It is from Bertol Brecht's play the 'Threepenny Opera' and is about a lowlife criminal at the centre of the story who sleeps with whores and kills his enemies..
  There have been fighting knives in every war since knives were invented. They had the K-Bar knife then. It's still avaible to buy. High carbon steel blade with a leather wrapped handle.
In the movie "Get Smart", that's where.
as long as the blade is not longer than 4 inches it's not aproblem. but wearing it say on your belt, in a holder is not recommended asthe policemen/bouncers may ask you to leave it at home or in yourcar. so carry it if you want but keep it in your pocket or out of sight.
The answer is yes and no. Depends what type of knife and its designated use. In general AUS8 or AUS-8A, which is alternate name form the maker to state "annealed" product is a decent stainless steel and works best for small/medium knives used for light cutting.In other words that is not a good steel...
if you google the topic the FBI has specific numbers for what you  are looking for that they update every few years, check their  website for most current numbers
knives have no origin. They were used by cavemen but after many years, knives have started to evolve and change shape and style. we can now use knives for different reasons but please, do not use it for the wrong reason (stabbing someone)
switchblade (spring loaded knives)
The dinner knife is the longest and heaviest knife of the setting. The fish knife is broader, wider and shorter, the dessert knife is shorter and slimmer.
get a game winning kill with a throwing knife
I believe it is an 8 in chef's knife made by the company Shun.
only if you mail it through fedex in an appropriate size box.
it cuts better because it is sharper. the force exerted on it is  greater than it would be if it was blunt.   The area on the tip of the blade is small meaning the pressure  exerted is all at the end of the tip making it easier to use. (the  force on both knives is the same)!
The fullers (grooves) on knives are primarily to reduce weight without reducing strenght. They are mainly for larger blades. Many people refers to these grooves as "blood grooves"..that term is not correct and displays a incorrect view of the purpose of the knife as most are not designed to be used...
You must use a sharpening stone. If it is a stone you use wet it with oil and if it is a diamond stone you wet it with water. Then cut at a slight angle as if you are trying to cut the top level off of the stone. Be sureto do an equal number of passes on each side of the blade.
They are just another cheap Swiss army knock-off company like everybody else. The price may be low but so is the quality. If you want a good knife get a victorinox or wenger knife. They are the real knives everybody copies.   Answer 2 The only two manufacturers of Swiss Army Knives are Victorinox...
It is illegal to carry a butterfly knife at any age in IL.
It has no album, its one of their own.
Knife is to Stab, as Gun is to Shoot.
1) Gerber 2) Spyderco 3) Benchmade 4) SOG 5) Pro-Tech
  The Subtle Knife movie was pencilled in for release in late 2009, but has now been put on hold indefinitely due to low box office results in the US and the recession.
Probably not "illegal" (meaning against the law) but they might be restricted by the YMCA officials who operate the center.
unless you have the right tools you don't. you would need to remove  all the rivets in the knife, take it apart, and flatten the spring  a little. i wouldn't suggest this as they tend to open in the poket  if the spring is to light
no need to, clean your knife after sharpened
they can be made from almost anything, but usually a for of  stainless steel
Hitler moved against the Sturmabteilung (SA), the paramilitary Brownshirts, and its leader, Ernst Röhm, because he saw the independence of the SA and the penchant of its members for street violence as a direct threat to his power. He also wanted to conciliate leaders of the Reichswehr, the official...
in the knife block, usually one of the largest knives by width, and  the longest in most homes aside from the bread knife
  The answer is gold can be used for making tools like hammers and knives but pure gold is so soft that you would be far more likely to bend a gold knife than cut with it. But the real issue is cost. A twenty twenty ounce hammer would be worth more than 16,000 US dollars