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OEM Product Fixed Knife BD1N Blade Carbon Fiber G10 Handle LJL-F02

Item NO.: LJL-F02

Item segment: BL

Designer: Ling

Blade material: BD1N

Handle material: Carbon fiber + G10

Blade HRC: 58-60

Blade thickness: 3.5mm/0.138”

Blade length: 85mm/3.35”

Handle thickness: 27.1mm/1.067”

Total length: 196mm/7.72”

Weight: 158g/5.57 oz

Blade style: Drop Point

Handle color: Black

Sheath: Yes

Blade finish: Satin

Blade grind: Flat

PRODUCT PARAMETERS:

Item NO.: LJL-F02

Item segment: BL

Designer: Ling

Blade material: BD1N

Handle material: Carbon fiber + G10

Blade HRC: 58-60

Blade thickness: 3.5mm/0.138”

Blade length: 85mm/3.35”

Handle thickness: 27.1mm/1.067”

Total length: 196mm/7.72”

Weight: 158g/5.57 oz

Blade Style: Drop Point

Handle color: Black

Sheath: Yes

Blade finish: Satin

Blade grind: Flat

 

A CLOSER LOOK AT LJL-F02:

G10:A composite made from fiberglass, G-10 has comparable toughness to carbon fiber at a fraction of the cost.

– Solid, comfortable grip

– lightweight material

– Non-porous

 

BD1N: a high-quality stainless steel knife that is gradually gaining traction within the world of high-end kitchen knives. It is a nitrogen-based steel, so it sharpens easily while also not being as susceptible to chipping.

 

The price of knives is very high, and there are many types.

Looking at the price

Looking at the price, if it is cheap, it is sold from around $20. Many people should have found it to be surprisingly cheap. There are many expensive buttoning knives that cost more than $100. The price seems to change depending on the country of origin and steel materials.

What is a knife that fits in your hand?

For Bushcraft knives, use the “part that hits your fingertips” first while holding the handle and extending your index finger. Therefore, if the handle is too long, it will be difficult to handle. When choosing a bushcraft knife for the first time, choose one with a short blade. Also, make sure that it fits the shape of your hand when you grasp the grip.

When choosing a knife, the thickness of the blade is also important

Knives with thin blades are generally considered unsuitable for batoning. The thicker the blade, the stronger the “tear” force of the knife, so it’s a good idea to check the thickness of the knife. In most cases, there is a notation.

Recommended is full tongue structure

[D] on the upper right is the full tongue structure.

To put it simply, the full tongue structure is “a metal plate with a blade attached and the handle part sandwiched between materials to shape it.” Since the grip part and the blade part are integrated, it is a robust structure. In the case of tongue specifications that are up to half the length of the handle part, there is a possibility that the handle will be gouged from the inside during batoning.

What is a batoning knife selection? How to choose according to the situation

What is the purpose

Maybe the only purpose of choosing a knife is to chop wood, or I want to craft a spoon or chopsticks! Things that can also be used for cooking! It seems that you can narrow down the options depending on whether you want multi-functionality. I use a lot of knives in Bushcraft besides butting.

Do you use it all the time?

Since knives are tools, some people say, “If it breaks, I’ll buy it again, so it’s a good value.” Some people say, “I want to spend my entire life and enjoy sharpening.” If you know your stance, it may be easier to choose the best knife.

The first batoning knife or?

I’ve been camping before, but I’m interested in Bushcraft! There should be many people who say that. Many of them should already have an EDC knife. If you are looking for functionality that your knife does not have, you can narrow down your options.

As a side note

Different colors of Mora knife introduced above

Some knives, like the Mora knife above, come with a plastic sheath, fire starter, and diamond sharpener.

 

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01 Send Your Enquiry: Let us know how you want your knife project to be, from designs and materials to printing and packaging.

02 Get Instant Quote: We provide you with a comprehensive quote, detailing all expenses, including materials and logistics fees.

03 Confirm the Prototype: A functional prototype is built based on your design specification and sent to you for testing and confirmation.

04 Place Your Order: Once you are satisfied with the prototype sent, you may now place the order for your knife project and begin mass production.

05 Manufacturing and Delivery: Full-swing production of the knife project is commenced, along with thorough product inspection and packaging. The completed order is then shipped to you.

06 After-Sales: Our partnership does not end at order delivery, as our responsive client support team is ready to assist and respond to inquiries at the soonest time.

All  Customization Options

Edge, Blade Length, Blade Types, Blade Materials, Handle Materials, Opening Mechanism, Locking Mechanism

 

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