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Three Way Trimmer Knife soldiers in the Vietnam

Three Way Trimmer Knife soldiers in the Vietnam War trusted their lives to a simple fixed blade knife.The knife, which was originally made by SOG is very hard to find nowadays.Cold Steel has been making a near-replica of this knife for several years, which is almost equally as trusted as the original.After hearing all of the hype about the Cold Steel UWK knife, I decided to pick up one of my own.

At 6.5 inches long, the blade is large enough to give you awesome cutting power. It is small enough to carry on your belt or conceal in almost any situation.Cold Steel uses 4116 Krupp Stainless steel in the blade. This steel was developed in Germany where it was first used in surgical settings.The Cold Steel UWK comes with a rugged Secure-Ex sheath. This is a tough, "plastic-like" material with a belt loop on the end.

The handle has finger ridges, which help for comfort and provide a wonderful grip.The clip point blade is thin enough to stab or puncture, but thick enough to withstand a lot of punishment.The blade is hollow ground to a razor thin edge. This will help you to make the thinnest slices and cuts imaginableCold Steel is discontinuing the UWK in 2008. If you're looking to get one, it better be quick!

The Buck Koji fixed blade knife gives you the look and feel of a custom knife at a price that is much more reasonable. I recently got a good deal on the Koji and here are my honest opinions:The tang of your fixed blade is just as important as the lock of your pocket knife. Your Koji will come with a full tang that extends all the way to the end of the handle. This feature is great because it makes the knife much stronger and less likely to break under pressure.