Fixed blade knife
Khurts offers different models, sizes, brands and ranges of fixed blade knives. Be it for survivalism, cooking, hunting, or adventure in the wilderness, the ideal knife adapted to your budget and passion is just one click away.
Characteristics of fixed blade knives
Fixed blade knives are the traditional models of knives. They are characterized by a stationary blade, mainly distinguished by its shape which extends into the handle to form a single piece. The steel part that extends the blade and fixes the handle is called the "tang". It is characterized mostly by the assembly of the blade and the handle. It is "partial" when done by gluing or embedding. For screws or rivets, the tang is called "half tang", "three-quarter tang" or "full tang" depending on the length of the tang compared to the handle. Fixed blade knives can be of variable length, shape and weight.
Different types of fixed blade knives and their use
This type of knife can be indispensable in the kitchen, in the field, in case of survival or danger. Most pieces of cutlery have a fixed blade, such as the chef's knife, the utility knife or the table knife. In the field, the survival knife is the most commonly used fixed blade knife. It can be used for many tasks such as cutting wood, making fire, hunting and butchering game, preparing food and so on. Even in the army, the military or tactical knife is one of the most popular fixed blade knives. It allows to defend oneself in case of attack.
Advantages of fixed blade knives
With its construction, the fixed blade knife is robust and reliable in all conditions, even the most extreme. It is a versatile knife that can be used both as a cutting tool and as a defensive weapon. In addition, this type of knife is very easy to use and very practical in situations where speed is essential. Depending on the material, fixed blade knives can last several years.