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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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Buffalo Rib Obsidian Blade Knife

#400302
This Buffalo Rib Bone Obsidian is handmade by master artist Dale Duby using the methods of old; grinding, abrading, percussion and pressure flaking. Each knife is one of a kind and the blades are attached using sinew. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist. Size is approximately 7-1/2" overall. Includes hand carved stand.
$59.95

Damascus Frontier Stag Handle Hunter

#404238
This Frontier Stag Handle Hunting Knife has a hand forged blade with decorative file work along the spine and solid brass finger guard and pommel.
$64.95

Damascus Hunter

#404222
This Damascus Hunter shines the field and on display with its hand polished and lacquered olive wood handle with brass and horn spacers. Includes leather belt sheath.
$49.95

Damascus Micro Skinner

#404259
The Micro Skinner knife is an elegant and stunning Damascus blade. Perfect for small game and finer tasks where blade tip control is paramount.
$24.95

Buffalo Bone Obsidian Knife

#404436
Each of these knives is handcrafted of naturally occurring materials. Features a primitive style bear paw etched in the end and a blade attached using sinew. Overall approximately 8-3/4 inches.
$159.95

Deer Antler Obsidian Blade Knife

#400414
These Obsidian Blade knives are handmade by Dale Duby using traditional methods. Includes hand carved stand. Overall 7-1/2 inches.
$59.95

Deer Leg Bone Obsidian Knife

#404431
Each of these knives is handcrafted of naturally occurring materials with as little alteration as possible to preserve its natural beauty. The blade is attached using sinew. Features a primitive style bear paw etched in the end. Overall approximately 8 inches.
$69.95

Large Deer Antler Obsidian Knife

#404429
This knife is handcrafted of naturally occurring materials. The blades are attached using sinew. Each knife has a primitive style bear paw etched in the end and is one of a kind. Overall approximately 9-3/4 inches.
$109.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Deer Leg Bone Obsidian Knife

I'm very pleased with this.  It is very authentic-looking, like a museum piece, and quite well-made.  Should I need to put it to use, I'm sure it wold be quite functional.  This is a blade an aboriginal Native American would likely have carried..
Reviewed by: William, October 23, 2019

Review of: Damascus Turquoise Skinner

I ordered 2, one as a gift and one for me.  I bought the damascus bone microskinner  6 months ago and was very pleased.  The turquoise looked similar so went for it.  Absolutely beautiful.  Great feel, was sharp but I easily made it sharper.  Great deal for a beautiful knife.  My new collection has begun
Reviewed by: Dominick, October 04, 2019

Review of: Damascus Bone Hunter

Beautiful quality knife, excellent craftsmanship,  very pleased with it, thank you!
Reviewed by: Joshua, September 28, 2019

Review of: Roper Stacked Leather Hunter

This was the second of two knives that I ordered and the quality was outstanding! I'd recommend looking here if you need a good quality fixed blade to do your outdoor activities.
Reviewed by: Thomas, September 19, 2019

Review of: Elk Ridge Custom Hunter

Beautifully crafted knife! Order and delivery went smoothly and the package arrived earlier than expected. Recommend that you consider this is you are looking for a hunting knife.
Reviewed by: Thomas, September 19, 2019

Review of: OSS Smatchet

This was my very first purchase so I was a little unsure of what I was getting but it didn't disappoint was more than well pleased...
Reviewed by: William, September 15, 2019

Review of: Western Boot Knife

An excellent knife. Looks great and feels great. The engraving turned out well and the blade holds a razor sharp edge. Recommended!
Reviewed by: Robert, September 11, 2019

Review of: United Cutlery Gil Hibben Sidewinder Fixed Blade Knife

This is a very well made, solid knife. Most of the weight is in the handle of this knife, unlike most other knives of this type that are neutrally balanced or blade heavy. I think that you'll like it!
Reviewed by: William, September 08, 2019

Review of: French Trade Knife

This is a very good quality knife. It feels great in the hand, the blade has a  distinctly curved shape, it is sharp, and balanced well. The leather sheath is also a snug fit and looks authentic. Definitely fitting for the style of French trapper or trader in colonial North America.
Reviewed by: Robert, August 11, 2019

Review of: Scottish Dirk

Excellent, a sharper edge could have been accomplished, but I certainly am not disappointed.  This was a smooth transaction.  Thanks,  I will return for more purchases.

J Wheeler
Reviewed by: John, August 08, 2019