Only here you can find a wide selection of Russian knives made in Zlatoust, St. Petersburg, Moscow and other areas, custom knives made in Russia, Lithuania, and USA.
M390 super steel is manufactured by Bohler-Uddeholm. It uses third generation powder metal technology and developed for knife blades requiring excellent corrosion resistance and very high hardness for excellent wear resistance. Chromium, molybdenum, vanadium, and tungsten are added to promote sharpness and outstanding edge retention. M390 hardens to 60-62 HRC. Bohler calls this steel “Microclean” and it can be polished to achieve a true mirror.
We offer wide range of custom knives with this premium steel. Check them out!Buy Now
Produced by Bohler-Uddenholm, ELMAX steel is made of 1.7% carbon, 18% chromium, 0.3% manganese, 1% molybdenum, 0.8% silicon, and 3% vanadium. This composition allows for the metal to have a high wear resistance, high compression strength, superior corrosion resistance, and a very good ability to retain its size and form even after taking abuse.
ELMAX knives can be used for multitudes of purposes, and can be found in knives in a wide range of categories. This steel is ideal for survival/Bushcraft knives, with qualities that are crucial for outdoor and survival activities.
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The type of pattern-welded steel is the called “Damascus steel”. Originally used in middle eastern sword making, the method has been lost since about the 16th century. But in 1973 bladesmith William F. Moran unveiled his “Damascus knives” at the Knifemakers’ Guild Show. Ever since then modern pattern-welded steel blades have been called “Damascus knives”... (The Truth about Damascus steel. William Woods)
Check our collection of a Damascus knives. All hand-forged, unique and beatifull.Buy now
A very traditional use for Birch bark in Russia and Northern Europe is to make a knife handles. These handles are highly valued for their comfortable grip and beauty. Birch bark is waterproof, rot resistant and 100% renewable.
It also makes the knife very light and durable at the same time! RussianKnives.com offers the wide selection of the practical knives with birch bark.Buy Now
Tamahagane is a type of steel made in the Japanese tradition. The word tama means "round and precious", like a gem. The word hagane means "steel". Tamahagane is used to make Japanese swords, knives, and other kinds of tools.
We offer unique and probably last batch of a "small utility knife" made by Master Rich Chen (Zubeng Forge). He stopped crafting Tamahagane steel in spring 2017 and we are the only store offering his handmade knives.Buy now
In our store, you can buy knives online for hunting, fishing, camping and Every Day Carry (EDC knives). Also, you can find here unique Custom knives made of Damascus, Wootz (Bulat), highly decorated blades with artistic engraving, gilding, and more.
RussianKnives.com website is developed and managed by Rosarms Inc - official worldwide distributor of Rosorujie (Росоружие, Rosarms, Zlatoust, Russia) and dealer for Olamic Cutlery, Kizlyar Supreme, TRC knives, DED knives (Gennadiy Dedyuhin), CKF and many others...
We also offering consignment sales, always looking for and presenting to you interesting historical knives and not only from Russia.
Our office is located in Roselle, IL, USA. We ship our knives worldwide directly from the USA!
Vlad and the staff at Russian Knives could not have been more helpful. They helped me find the exact Olamic 247 I was looking for, provided a very competitive price, and then shipped it out to me almost immediately. I am happy with my knife and completely satisfied with my service at Russian Knives. I'll definitely be doing business with them again soon. Charles
The Savage? This is a great knife—I love it! The mini kukri is a design I like and should cover a lot of outdoor tasks. The makers at the factory did a good job on this one and I have no complaints. Came very sharp. I also like the kydex sheath. It’s very practical and well made. The retention was okay, but a little loose and I tightened it up just a little with a hair dryer and it’s fine now. Again, no complaints. A really practical design that’s hard to find with many knives these days. I’ve got several of these Kizlyar Supreme knives now and they’re very well made. The Intruder is another one that is one fine blade. Just tell the folks at the factory to keep up the good work. Thanks again and I would buy again for sure. Steve Kent, Cordova, Tennessee
What do I like about my knife? Everything. I like the way RosArms knives look, the way they feel in my hand and most of all the way they perform. Have about a dozen and a half in my collection now.Regards,Ed Kronenberg
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