Handmade Forged Damascus Steel Hunting Bowie Rambo Knife with Deer Crown Stag Handle

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This superb design knife is hand forged. Blade of this knife has a nice file work and is made of 512 layers of stainless steel and high carbon steel with hardness 55-60 HRC . This robust knife is lab tested under intense conditions,; the balance and shape of this knife ensures perfect grip.

Hunting Bowie Rambo knife made in USA Specifications:
Overall Length : 16”inch
Blade Length: 10" inch
Handle Length: 5" inch
Handle Material: Deer Stag Crown & Cocobolo Wood
Blade Material : Damascus steel
Layers: 512
Hand Forged
Hardness: 55-58 HRC
Features: Sheath Included
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Damascus steel contains a high carbon content, providing it with a long-lasting edge. However, the carbon also makes it prone to rust when exposed to moisture. To prevent this, wash your knives in warm water with standard dish soap and thoroughly dry them with a fresh towel. Once dry, use a cloth or paper towel to apply oil to the knife. We recommend using mineral oil because it is inexpensive, food-safe, and does not spoil. Any cooking oil can be used for short-term purposes, but it's not recommended for long-term storage due to spoiling.

If your knife develops rust, don't worry! It's an easy fix!

Rust can form on a fresh blade within minutes, which can be alarming, but don't lose hope just yet! If rust appears, rub the blade with apple cider vinegar or lemon juice, wash it with warm soapy water, hand dry it, and then oil the blade as usual. Over time, your knife will develop a patina and become more resistant to moisture. High carbon Damascus steel does require a bit more care than your grandma's bread knife, but its quality, performance, and user experience make it more than worth it!

Here are some quick tips for your reference:

- Wash in warm soapy water and dry immediately.
- Use mineral oil to coat the blade before storing.
- If you get rust, vinegar will fix it.
- Do not store knives in a leather roll for extended periods of time, as the leather can retain moisture against the blade. If you must do so, apply a heavy coat of oil before storing."

Alpine Blade Knives specializes in crafting blades designed exclusively for sport and recreational purposes. The buyer assumes all responsibilities and liabilities associated with the purchase.

By acquiring this item, the buyer affirms their comprehension of federal, state, and local laws governing the purchase, ownership, and usage of the product. It is the buyer's sole responsibility to ensure compliance with legal age requirements and verify the legality of purchasing and receiving shipments of this item in accordance with the laws of their country, state, and city.

Furthermore, it is imperative to keep steel knives out of reach of children for safety reasons. The emphasis on legal awareness and responsible handling underscores Alpine Blade Knives' commitment to promoting safe and lawful use of their products.

Damascus steel boasts a durable edge thanks to its elevated carbon content. However, this very carbon component renders it vulnerable to rust in the presence of moisture. To prevent this, it's advisable to cleanse your knives in warm water using standard dish soap and ensure thorough drying with a clean towel. After drying, apply a layer of oil to the knife using a cloth or paper towel. While Mineral Oil is our recommended choice due to its affordability, food safety, and resistance to spoilage, any cooking oil can serve the purpose in the short term. Nonetheless, it's cautioned against prolonged storage periods due to the risk of spoilage.

If your knife happens to develop rust, don't fret—it's a simple issue to address!

Rust can swiftly appear on a fresh blade, often within minutes, creating an alarming sight. However, there's no need to lose hope. To remedy rust, rub the affected blade with either apple cider vinegar or lemon juice, followed by washing it in warm, soapy water. Hand dry the knife and proceed to oil the blade as usual. With time, your knife will acquire a patina, becoming more resistant to moisture. While High Carbon Damascus requires a bit more care compared to your grandma's bread knife, the superior quality, performance, and overall user experience make it well worth the effort.

Here are some quick tips for your reference:

  • Wash the knife in warm, soapy water and dry it immediately.
  • Use mineral oil to coat the blade before storing.
  • In case of rust, vinegar will effectively address the issue.
  • Avoid storing knives in a leather roll for extended periods; leather can retain moisture against the blade. If necessary, apply a generous coat of oil before storing.

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Handmade Forged Damascus Steel Hunting Bowie Rambo Knife with Deer Crown Stag Handle