high-carbon steel


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high-carbon steel

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(Metallurgy) steel containing between 0.5 and 1.5 per cent carbon
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Blades are high-carbon steel that's been TIG-welded to a hand-forged shank.
tape dispenser for 2" wide tape high-carbon steel, serrated cutting blades.
Previously available only in 1095 high-carbon steel, the Fieldcraft has a straightforward design for a myriad of uses.
And the key to a knife holding an edge is in the use of D2 high-carbon steel.
A hardened, high-carbon steel trocar tip is designed to bust bone, while the anodized aluminum ferrule keeps weight to a minimum.
The Plier Kit comes packed in a handy canvas pouch with pockets to protect the tools, each of which is made from high-carbon steel that has been blackened to prevent glare.
The classic, swooping 9-1/2-inch clip-point, swedge-ground blade is crafted of time proven 01 high-carbon steel.
and colleagues placed high-carbon steel wafers near sunken ships for four months and in special water tanks for 16 weeks.
5-inch paring knife--with razor-sharp, high-carbon steel blades, elegant handles fashioned in rosewood and brass rivets.
A Shun Knife set crafted in Japan from 16 layers of high-carbon steel.
The Wicked Sharp[TM] blade is made from a high-quality grade of high-carbon steel that is guaranteed to be fast, easy to cut, tough and will not bend or break, like so many of the cheaper blades on the market.
49), a high-carbon steel blade for precision wood cutting; the Rigid Scraper Blade (pounds 13.