For home cooking, three basic knives will cover 99% of the cutting. 1) Chef's knife or its Japanese cousin Gyuto, come in various length 6-12". Length preference depends on the user. 2) 3-4" long paring knife, for small delicate items, peeling and paring. 3) 8-12" long serrated bread knife. Obvi…
F.N. Mauser, 1950 or so.High Standard made all but the FN Action and the plastic partshttp://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20CF%20Rifles.pdf
I imagine the
question needs to be: where are you walking and why do you need to
carry a knife.
I only need to carry a knife while walking in my kitchen or in my
garden; in the kitchen the knife is always in my hand attending to
onions and other such things.. In the garden it might be in my hand
J.C Higgins Model 29 was manufactured for Sears by Hi Standard: Not all J C Higgins were made by Hi Standard, but this model was. Marlin, Winchester, Browning and Savage also made guns for Sears.
according to shotgun world they were made in or around 7/24/1948. they were actually made by high standard.the gun is completely safe to use the issue was from user ere that would only happen if the screw was loose
Many dive knives have blunt (squared-off) tips. This makes them safer. You're not likely to need a sharp-tipped knife underwater. You're more likely to just need the cutting edge.
Sharp tipped knives tent to snap off and break when prying at things. The blunted tip is more pr…
at school this is one of my favourite things to do instead of listening to my English teacher. a metal ruler is best but a desk or chair will do fine. you rub and scrape the edge of the scissors against whatever you have and jsut keep at this and eventually it will sharpen.
take then to a saw sharp…
Automatic, Butterfly, Out the front, spring-assisted and such knives are legal to purchase in 8 states. Some include Oregon, Arizona, Texas. In California, for an automatic to be legal, it has to be less than 3 inches total length (including handle). In Oregon, you can buy and sell automat…
Video: How do you sharpen knives? Sharpening Knives To sharpen a
good quality steel knife that is new, use high quality (diamond if
you can afford it) knife sharpening steel. A few strokes every time
before you use it and if you are doing a lot of cutting, during
use, will keep the knife razor sharp…
A real switchblade knife uses a spring loaded blade hidden inside
the hollow handle and a release lever. When the release lever (i.e.
switch) is flipped the spring rapidly forces the blade from the
hollow handle into position for use and the blade latches on a
catch that is part of the release lever…
Check out high-end knife stores. What you are looking for is United Cutlery throwers designed by Gil Hibben. You might be able to get them on the net also. An easy way would be to search "Buy professional throwing knives" on Google. The first few results seem good.
aculy no it was not Hitler. the liquidation of Ernst Rohm and the SA leadership by the SS in June 1934
Answer : HOW TO CUT A HOLE IN THE EGGThere are 2 ways you can use a knife to lightly tap the eggshell to remove it. #1: Hold the egg with your fingers, #2: pick up knife, #3: use the side of knife with no teeth and gently tap the egg at your 1/2 way point of the egg, it should start a cirular patter…
They probably use folding knives as backups to their guns.
The blade of a gravity knife is contained within the handle of the
knife. It requires a spinning motion or gravity for the blade to
come out of the handle.
300ish years old, That's worth a couple bucks!
Carbon steel knives are generally easier to sharpen, but more susceptible to corrosion. Even simple steels with higher carbon content, e.g. AISI 1095 can be hardened to much higher levels compared to mainstream stainless alloys, at those levels stainless steel becomes too brittle. Edge holding, es…
A Swiss Army knife.
I have carried one for over 40 years now. I use the screwdriver at
least as much as the knife and it is no larger than a knife with
only a cutting blade.
A Swiss Pocket knife is the best tool you would you can use for
everyday carry and it is perfect as a tool for self defence …
No. We will always have some use for them.
Don't do it.
just by one(im not 11)
Custom made knives are produced by two basic methods: Grinding or Forging. First, a maker chooses a grade of steel that will perform the required job. Knives ae used for many different applications and the steel that is chosen should fit the particular application. See the related lnks for informati…
Ina Garten uses a Braun Citromatic juicer.
There are not many knife makers using ceramics to begin with. Most notable are Boker(Germany) and Kyocera(Japan). They have been experimenting with ceramics fora while and some of the results are good. Boker makes traditional folding knives and kitchen knives using ceramics, while Kyocera makes ki…
You should be able to carry a pocket knife when you are responsible enough because its not really considered a weapon im 14 and I carry one when im not in school
Always return a pocketknife in the same state it was given to you in. If it was handed to you closed, close it before giving it back. If it was handed to you open, give it back open. Of course, if you give it back open, you should hold it carefully by the blade when you give it back so the…
For larger knives, you can use an empty paper towel holder, cut and formed using staples. Not real stylish, but it's beter than getting your knife blades all nicked up.
All blades have a personality of their own. The K-Bar and the British Commando knife are the two most recognised standard issue weapons in recent history and each have their advocates. However, the single best knife in the world is the one that is used by an agile and adept expert. Personal prefer…
A fettling knife is used to finish pottery by removing defects
present in ceramics after casting. It comes from the Middle English
word 'fetle' which meant to shape or prepare.
novodur = ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
Sodium reacts extremely violently with water of any sort, including
humidity in the air. it is not a good idea to make cutlery out of
You will find some information on 18th century knives at this blog:http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com/Also on this forum:http://eighteenthcenturylivinghistory.freeforums.org/
The Original was fron 1923 threepenny opera but I think you are thinking of a newer version which was "Mack the Knife" sung by Louis Armstrong in 1954, but the song made most popular by Bobby Darin in 1958
Kullenschliff knives have a series of alternating scallops ground into both sides of the blade. These tiny grooves reduce drag on the knife, resulting in a paper-thin and incredibly smooth cut. The tiny grooves also allow food to slide off the knife without sticking.
Kullenschliff knives …
Yes, yes it is. But more than once people mistake shanking with stabbing see, shanking is a slang word which means "To stab" but this is often not done with a knife it is done with what is called a shiv. To go into further detail a shiv, is a makeshift knife carved from something as simple…
Assisted opening knives opens with a jerk and that is why some of
the people avoid using them. These are not much safer to use if you
are really not an expert on holding a knife.
What is the value of a old timer deer slayer manufactured in 1957
in good condition
almost all of his political enemies were wiped out during these nights. the leader of the SA, ernst rohm, was murdered in this time as he had become a threat. this meant that the only force still capable of removing Hitler was the army, which soon swore an oath of alliegance. almost any political en…
The Knife is about a grade 12 boy, named Curtis. When Curtis was a young boy, his parents had 'relationship problems.' So, his father is devorced with Curtis' mother, and his father came to his house when it was his birthday. So, for his 11th birthday present, he gets a Swiss army knife. So, later, …
CA Penal Code(PC) 653K defines legal and illegal knives. Simply put, switchblades and ballisongs(butterfly) are illegal, as far as folders go.CA PC 12020 defines what can be carried and where.In short folders, except those prohibited in PC 653K are ok, no length limit. However, no knives on school g…
When knives are thrown they are gripped at the tip of the blade and using a wrist flicking notion are spun towards the target. When knives are used as a weapon then they are usually used in a stabbing or slashing motion. In cooking they are used by gripping the knife and putting the blade in an up…
The difference lies in the chromium and magnesium content of the steel. Stainless has them, high carbon steel doesn't. All steel has carbon.
Bladesmith seems to fit in most applications, at least where
blacksmithing techniques are used to forge a blade for a knife.
go to amazon, search under books for switchblades, and there you'll find a number of books containing both picture of switchblades and otf automatic knife mechanism diagrams gary Gary, why would you post an answer like that? It helps no one. That's like saying "serach the internet..its there somewhe…
in the state of michigan you have to be 15 years of age to own a pocket knife.
If they're legal in Canada, they're more than likely legal there. As for length, 5 1/2 in. blade is the maximum, any more and it would be considered Illegal to carry in all 50 States. Illegal knives include; as I said earlier, blades longer than 5 1/2 in, Daggers, Spears, Throwing weapons (such as K…
Yes, knives can be Stone Age artifacts.
Angelica Parsons is a girl of about the age of 13 who befriends Lyra Throughout the story of the Subtle Knife. She lives in a parallel universe to Lyra and Will, who climb into her world and meet her. Her character is a very gutsy and chav-like girl with a warm heart and a severe dislike of cats. Sh…
how big is the worlds biggest kinfe?
Well there is a lot of knives in the world and every second new ones are produced,and some people produce their own knives so no one really knows what is the worlds biggest kinfe and how big it is. (: from zackmang1
The value of a Robeson Shuredge Dogleg trapper pocket knife with
the model number 522482 may be worth as much as $70.00. This value
depends on the condition of the knife.
A knife was not often thrown. It doesn't make sense to take a weapon and throw it away.
They did use shuriken, either in the form of stars or small metal spikes, usually to distract the enemy, they were too small to do the sort of damage you see in the movies.
It would differ because the blade sp…
Knife shops will expect you to be 18 years old. A quick standard for legal length is, if the knife blade is longer than the width of the palm of your hand you are in trouble if arrested for an offense. Lay the blade across the palm of the hand. It cannot extend beyond the width of the palm. Knives a…
The laws in Illinois regarding carrying knives are a little confusing and vague, but generally you're permitted to carry a knife with a blade up to 3" without any hassle. Having a knife in your possession while committing a crime, whether or not the knife is being used in the crime, will be grounds …
That you are part of the Crips, a gang sign. Meaning you have killed atleast 1 man. If you get a tattoo of a razor blade it means you have attacked a women and your group is allowed to beat you on a daily basis
A knife hidden that is a fold knife that's blade is longer than 4 inches or any other type of knife that is double edged and does not fold. (exceptions are letter openers and the such or cooking implements). If bearing a legal knife you may bear it to most places save1. Places where people gather to…
yes because they are not switchblades
Georgia law regarding knives (http://home.netcom.com/~brlevine/sta-law.htm):
16-11-127.1. (a) As used in this Code section, the term: (1) 'School safety zone' means in, on, or within 1,000 feet of any real property owned by or leased to any public or priv…
I'm 16 and I've bought one w/o i.d. or parent...
I bought some for groomsman's presents in 1996 The football team classics were first made between 1992-1995 depending on the team. Baseball classics started in 1993-1998 depending on the team. Some teams had a second order made because of high demand and new style logos were introduced onto the sec…
There is no length limit in Indiana. There are no laws regarding
swords either, except for the obvious don't hurt someone with them.
Indiana is one of the most lenient states in terms of knife laws.
There are viturally no laws regarding knives except to forbid
knives on school grounds. Ballistic kni…
It is not possible for a human to swing sword fast enough to create
a vacuum. This was a popular theme in many of the Samurai anime.
The vacuum create by superhuman speed often lead to devastating
attacks in these shows.
Yes. there's alredy traliers for it
Almost every knife is a french style. The french designed the style of blade that is today the standard for Chef, pairing and utility. So, in essence, french knives are used for cooking.
A dough scraper is a tool used by bakers to manipulate dough and to clean surfaces on which dough has been worked. It is generally a small sheet of stainless steel (approximately 3"x5" or 8 cm x 13 cm) with a handle of wood, plastic, or simply a roll in the steel blade along one of the long sides.
Hitler wanted to get rid of potential rivals to his power. The Night of the Long Knives was so that he could eliminate them e.g. Ernest Rohm who was in charge of the SA who were.a thuggery group who intimidated opponents e.g. The Communista and the Socialists. On the night the SS a group who were pe…
Im pretty sure there will be... Phillip Pullmans triology was completely amazing in my mind. I finished the last book a couple weeks ago, and I loved it so much that I looked up on google to see if they would make a movie for the subtle knife, and most sites said there will be. One site said that au…
If you are talking about a dagger-like knife, then you can say "punal". If you are talking about a knife you would use in the kitchen, then you could say "Cuchillo".
if the blade is over 3-1/2 inches illegal for a fixed blade knife, ex. Bowie knife, for carrying. you can have up to a 6" folding knife, no automatics of butterflys tho. You can own them but it is a felony to carry one. -Actually, that's not 100% true. I just got done looking through Colorado Laws, …
Usually they are issued fixed blades. SOG claims that their "Navy SEAL knife" and "SEAL pup" knives are used by the SEALs, but most military branches are issued KA-BAR's. Most soldiers, however, end up upgrading.
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 fi…
any age, but the store has the store has the option to refuse to sell
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)!
I dont know but i think the auditions still need to take place The auditions are taking place on Ocober 19th 2008. In Cambridge, Exeter, London, Sheffield, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Newcastle.Yes that it correct. Keep updated on differnet websites if you want to audition. ccbc, goldencompass …
One of the blades will have a series of round dots and X's. A year
ending in 0 will have 5 x's and 5 dots. Each year after that will
lose one dot or x. Other markings indicate the proper decade to
determine the production year.
It is a small knife that can be kept in a pocket. It was originally
named a 'pen' knife because one of the primary uses was to re-cut
the end of the quill pen when it wore down.
A pen knife is a small knife which can be a single blade knife or a
multi tool. These pen knives finds their best place i…
there are some exceptions but for the most part as long as the blade is under 5 1/2 inches it's legal. no license needed.
a long magnet metal bar will hold knives and protect them
The Trench Knife was created in WWI for the specific needs encountered at close quarters. A rifle with attached bayonet is of little value once the attacker is actually inside the enemies trenches. This environment is better suited to a meat cleaver, a short club or a handgun. The studded brass knuc…
One uses the fork, in the right hand (even though it is placed to the left of the dinner plate) (even if you are left handed--in the U.S.) to gently spear the food, although with peas and tiny rolling items you use the fork to collect them and gently guide them to your mouth. One never touches the t…
It is a knife made of bronze that was crafted by the Incas
It was made in the early 19th century (1830), by James Black
Just a couple I know of MagnesiumMercury
Swiss Army knives were originally created in 1891 by Karl Elsener for use by the Swiss Army. Swiss Army Knives are made by two manufacturers: Victorinox and Wenger. These two companies have been manufacturing knives for the Swiss Army, and for retail sale, since 1891 and 1893 respectively. Victor…
Let's see. In the evolution of the genus Homo (as in Homo Erectus, Homo Neandertalensis, and Homo Sapiens), the upright individual would have had his hands free AND his brain sufficiently developed around 50,000 to 100,000 years ago, for this kind of development to have occurred. But that's still co…
Stain resistant steel knives are easier to maintain for average knife user. Main complaints about carbon(non-stainless) steel knives is that they can leave a metallic taste in your mouth and are unsanitary. Also they rust and corrode. Carbon steel knives are widely used in Japan and Western world. …
The sharpest knife has an edge one atom wide. However, it isn't a knife in conventional sense, just a specialized cutting tool for lab use, specifically to cut super thin layers of the sample material. Out of conventional knives,kitchen knives are sharpest in general, especially traditional Japanes…
$400.00 per tire
OVER 9000! __No way of pricing it without knowing which one you have and the condition it is in.
No. Swiss Army Knives are indeed a Swiss invention. They were based on a model originally made in Germany.
That tang is the part of the knife that goes into the handle. Full
tang means that the metal goes the full length of the handle which
helps both the strength and the balance. There is no screw or rivet
attachment of the blade to the handle because the blade metal runs
straight through to the end of …
You must be at least 16 years old to purchase a knife in NH without accompaniment by a parent.
| The knife is the Tanto. There are numerous techniques to use with this weapon. There are many of them that are done with the knife still in the sheath, as the damp climate often caused the wooden guard to swell. In addition to the standard slash and stab, with the case still on, a great de…
It refers to crime where the weapon involved happens to be a knife. This includes robbery, aggravated assault (or assault with a deadly weapon), malicious wounding, rape (if used to menace) and of course murder. The term is more or less a parallel of "gun crime." While gun crime has a greater focus …
Yes spring assisted knives are ILLEGAL in the state of Colorado if
you are not in the Military or a Law Enforcement Officer.
Only the following knives are legal in Colorado: -
Dirks, daggers, push knives and stilettos.
Bowie knives and other large blades.
Disguised knives like belt knives, pen k…
A boning knife is a type of kitchen knife with a sharp point and narrow blade. It is used in food preparation for removing the bones of poultry, meat, and fish. Generally 12 cm to 17 cm (5 to 6 ½ inches) in length, it features a very narrow blade. A stiff boning knife is good for boning beef and po…