Knives from the Tanto Punch Knife by DG Blade Co. ($230+) take their inspiration from Japanese swords. Knife maker Dylan Grace has designed a new high standard from which all other knives will now be measured. Made from quarter inch steel his knives have a very high carbon percentage so will always maintain its edge. The high-quality metal is matched with the knives quality wooden handle; the wood is sourced from various locations including the decks of sailing ships and features a rustic and industrial look to it. You can purchase these knives directly from Dylan Grace, and they’re available in a range of styles and prices.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest The best tactical combat knives in the world were originally designed for military use. These knives are not only made for hand to hand close quarters combat, but many also perform secondary uses such as clearing foliage and opening ammunition crates. Popular characteristics for combat knives include a sharp point for penetrating […]