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The knife “Uzbekskiy” is produced since 2000. The prototype for this knife was an Uzbek ethnic knife “pchak”, but the design was modified due the “Russian bulat” blade forging and grinding technologies.
At Middle East, this knife is multi-purpose: it’s used for cooking, particularly to slaughter and prepare a ram that usually a matter of ritual celebrations of birth or death or of a holyday. If needed, the knife is used for self-defense. So, the pchak is a life-knife at Middle East, one of it’s symbols.
The high functionality of the “Uzbekskiy” knife is provided by construction: the blade is flat-grind from 2,5 mm (0.1 in) to 0,1 mm (0.004 in) at the cutting edge. Thus the knife cut perfectly, and if it grow blunt and bones, one need just strop is slightly.
The point is rounded for skinning and many else purposes, but because of correct grind angles it have high penetrating abilities (tested at living tissue imitator).
It’s hard and difficult work to make a ”Uzbekskiy” knife with all angles forged and grinded correctly with steel hardened right. In Russia, it’s only “Russian bulat” coped to make this knife of damask steel.
The knife “Uzbekskiy” is at high demand, particularly for kitchen and forest barbecue use. The knife “Uzbekskiy” is produced since 2000. The prototype for this knife was an Uzbek ethnic knife “pchak”, but the design was modified due the “Russian bulat” blade forging and grinding technologies.
At Middle East, this knife is multi-purpose: it’s used for cooking, particularly to slaughter and prepare a ram that usually a matter of ritual celebrations of birth or death or of a holyday. If needed, the knife is used for self-defense. So, the pchak is a life-knife at Middle East, one of it’s symbols.
The high functionality of the “Uzbekskiy” knife is provided by construction: the blade is flat-grind from 2,5 mm (0.1 in) to 0,1 mm (0.004 in) at the cutting edge. Thus the knife cut perfectly, and if it grow blunt and bones, one need just strop is slightly.
The point is rounded for skinning and many else purposes, but because of correct grind angles it have high penetrating abilities (tested at living tissue imitator).
It’s hard and difficult work to make a ”Uzbekskiy” knife with all angles forged and grinded correctly with steel hardened right. In Russia, it’s only “Russian bulat” coped to make this knife of damask steel.
The knife “Uzbekskiy” is at high demand, particularly for kitchen and forest barbecue use.

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