When it comes to knives, it's not all about cutting people, and it's not all about cooking -- it's about cutting people and cooking. Handling both of those daily necessities: Angel Fire Knives, an in-house imprint from Burnet Rd's Knife Sharpest
Each blade is hand-forged by hammer and anvil, starting with mainstay weaponry like beginner-level 14" carbon steel throwing knives, a tossable version of a traditional clipped-point Bowie, and an 8.5in Damascus tactical fighter with a stag antler handle, perfect to bring to your stag party, as you'll definitely have to give it away once you're married
Though they had to discontinue their tomahawks (apparently they're really dangerous to make), they've picked up the slack with joints that can handle a tomahawk steak. These include Samurai Series pairing knives with 3.75in blades, sushi numbers made of rain-drop-patterned Damascus or wootz steel (wootz wootz!), and 6in veggie choppers with South American hardwood handles
You'll have to learn to cook on your own, but Knife Sharpest will teach you how to throw knives in one-on-one lessons that'll eventually earn you a spot in their competitions, at which point, thanks to your aim it unfortunately will be all about cutting people.
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