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Fixed Blades

A fixed blade knife, fixed knives, straight blade knife and straight knives, sometimes called sheath knives, do not fold or slide, and are usually stronger than folding knives due to the tang and lack of moving parts.

Knife blades can be made from a variety of materials. Carbon steel can be very sharp and hold its edge well, and remains easy to re-sharpen, but is vulnerable to rust and stains. Stainless steel may not able to take quite as sharp an edge as carbon steel, but is highly resistant to corrosion. High carbon, stainless steel is intended to incorporate the better attributes of both. Laminate blades use multiple metals to create layers, combining the attributes of both also. Pattern-welding layers different steel types to create patterns in the steel. Titanium has a better strength-to-weight ratio, is more wear resistant, and more flexible than steel, but less hard and unable to take as sharp an edge. Ceramic blades are hard, brittle, and lightweight: they can maintain a sharp edge for years with no maintenance, but are fragile. They are immune to common corrosion.

Handle material can also vary greatly and includes many types of wood, antler, bone, horn and synthetics like acrylic and G-10. Sheaths are usually Kydex or leather.

Fixed blades, fixed knives, straight blade knife, straight knives play a significant role in some cultures through ritual and superstition. Knife symbols can be found in various cultures and were included burial rites, so the dead would not be defenseless in the next world. A common belief is that if a knife is given as a gift, the relationship of the giver and recipient is severed. An item of value, as little as a penny, is exchanged for the gift, rendering "payment" thus completing the transaction and saving the relationship. 

There are many styles to choose from in this section and many uses including combat, camping, self defense, survival, hunting, diving, and bushcraft. It’s not unusual to have one around for EDC carry for utility purposes as well. Some of the most popular styles are the bowie, bayonet, machete, karambit, wakizashi and tanto.

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Boker Arbolito Esculta Ebony Fixed Blade Knife

#404365
This knife has a chromium stainless steel guard with a full tang, Austrian Böhler N695 stainless steel blade. Features grooved ebony scales with a unique black and brown marbled color effect. Assembled in Argentina. Overall: 11-1/2 inches.
$149.95 $164.95

Damascus Skinner

#404366
This skinner features a blended carbon steel Damascus blade, hand finished wood scales with brass pins and a central brass, copper and nickel mosaic center pin. Leather belt sheath included. Overall: 8-1/4 inches
$49.95

English Hunting Dagger

#403668
This Dagger's single edge high carbon steel blade is tempered, hand forged and has full tang. Guard and pommel are solid metal with antique brass finish. Overall 14-1/2 inches.
$49.95 $85.00

Gerber Ghostrike Fixed Blade Knife

#404349
This self-defense knife has a 420HC steel blade, a compact skeletal frame and a rubber overmold. Features a customizable sheath system. Overall: 6.9 inches
$49.95

Gerber Strongarm Fixed Blade Knife

#404348
This fixed blade knife has a 420HC steel blade with CeraKote coating and a glass-filled nylon with rubber overmold handle. Features MOLLE- compatible multi-mount sheath system. Overall: 9.8 inches
$74.95

German WWII Navy Diver's Knife

#420010
This WWII German Navy Diver's knife from Windlass Steelcrafts is high carbon steel with a solid brass tube sheath with matching brass finish. Overall 12-1/2 inches.
$99.95 $149.95

Hibben Legacy Ulu Knife

#404432
This Hibben Legacy Ulu Knife has a sharp, wide blade, allowing cutting tasks both at home or on the hunt. Includes black leather sheath.
$39.95

United Cutlery Gil Hibben Sidewinder Fixed Blade Knife

#404371
This fixed-blade knife features a 7Cr17 stainless steel blade, a pakkawood handle, brass liner accents and decorative mosaic pins. A premium leather belt sheath included. Overall: 7-3/4 inches
$29.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Railroad Spike Clip Point

The knife is very solid and well made from a railroad spike, the leather sheath is durable does not have a flimsy feel at all, the edge is nice and sharp out of the box, of course, I'll bring it to razor sharpness.
Reviewed by: Ronald, July 18, 2019

Review of: Railroad Spike Clip Point

This is a formidable knife with a lot of style. The twisted steel grip is comfortable. The head of the spike makes a nice pommel and could be used as a weapon itself. Solid construction throughout with nice aesthetic qualities. The sheath is well made leather and snug. I highly recommend this item for display or functional purposes. Thanks.
Reviewed by: Troy, July 12, 2019

Review of: Downhome Hunter Knife

Another nice product through Atlanta. The hadle is comfortable. The blade is rugged and sharp.It's well balanced with the large part of the weight in the blade. It came just as advertised. I'm very satisfied.
Reviewed by: Troy, July 12, 2019

Review of: Rustic Karambit

have had and used this karambit knife for everyday cutting around the house for many purposes.  handy to get out of good leather sheath one handed and cut a variety of things.  will sharpen easily.  hefty size makes it worth having for such a good price compared to smaller varieties.  often think I will buy a spare.
Reviewed by: Richard, July 03, 2019

Review of: Downhome Hunter Knife

great heavy duty carry knife.  sharp.  will take a beating.  good knife for the price and well worth buying.  very good sheath of leather for this knife too.
Reviewed by: Richard, July 03, 2019

Review of: Rams Horn Big Game Damascus Skinner

My husband really loves his knife. It looks good and made great.
Reviewed by: Miranda, June 22, 2019

Review of: Damascus Cowboy Knife

Been wanting a damascus steel knife for a long time.  This one really caught my eye.  It was backordered but purchased anyway.  Well worth the wait.  Beautiful look and feel; love the handle too.
Reviewed by: Nicholas, June 17, 2019

Review of: Scottish Dirk

I was only slightly disappointed at the unusually long time I had to wait between ordering and receiving my dirk.  However, when I got it out and cleaned the creosote off of it and found it to be razor sharp, I was well-pleased.  It looks fancy enough to be a centerpiece for my Scottish-American Military Society uniform, yet has a wonderful balance if I have to fall back on it in a tactical situation.  I have to grin, as I have a background in fencing and SCA free-style sword fighting (rapier and flex-dagger), so I should be right at home with dirk and sgian dubh, both of which are razor sharp from Atlanta Cutlery.  Thanks, guys!  Now I know why no one makes fun of a man wearing a kilt!
Reviewed by: David, June 13, 2019

Review of: M48 Cyclone Knife

awesome knife, stylish and attractive
Reviewed by: John, June 11, 2019

Review of: Cold Steel Drop Forged Survivalist Fixed Blade Knife

Simple , strong and sharp.  And it’s black, which is a bonus.
Reviewed by: Jeffrey, May 22, 2019