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Discussion in 'Knives' started by jehan60188, Jan 14, 2010.
you know, on the back of some fixed blades?
They are usually called "jimping" they add texture and friction to improve the quality of your grip or the ease of opening and controlling the knife.
:iagree: look cool too :laugh:
They exist so nutnfancy can brag about them on youtube :lolhammer:
(I'm sorry, I like the guy, it was just the first thing that came to my mind)
They're for indexing, so your hand knows where it is on the knife without the help of your eyes.
I thought of his reviews too. "How about that jimping? It's reaaally nicceee."
I always thought those ridges are for cutting very thick rope easier by friction. :lolhammer:
:laugh: A gold star for Krusty!