Custom Made Damascus Steel Knives: The Top Survival Knives

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CASTRO VALLEY, Calif. March 14, 2018

Survival knives, are knives made for people to survive in crucial situations. Survival knives must be made of the most durable quality to perform many functions such as cutting, digging, hammering, fire making, and other key survival techniques. Choosing the wrong survival knife could literally be life or death. DKC Knives is your one stop shop for survival knives. With a variety of knives from hunting bowie knives to foldable pocket knives, DKC Knives has the solution for ever survivalists’ needs. The Damascus steel is one of the highest quality blades. Each knife comes with a sheath and sharpening stone to ensure that your survival knife is always ready for the unexpected.

DKC Knives has a variety of unique engraved Damascus steel knives that are sleek, elegant, and durable. DKC Knives is a USA based custom handmade knife manufacturer that has a variety of knives that make perfect gifts for men as well as women. Damascus steel knives are coveted by knife collectors around the world for its distinct patterns. Even if you’re not a knife collector, most people appreciate the beautiful craft of a handmade knife. It’s truly a piece to admire. So if you’re looking for a gift for a special occasion, DKC Knives provides a unique service of helping you find the right knives for your group or loved one. Owner of DKC Knives, Paul Gordon, explains, “One of the great things about finding a company like DKC Knives is that we have over 350 models. Once you see how much he likes the first knife, you will now know what to buy for him for birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, and other occasions for the rest of his life. Many customers own over 50 pieces of our collection…it’s that nice.â€�

Today Damascus steel knives are coveted by knife collectors around the globe. DKC Knives are affordable and of high quality. Gordon reiterates that, “DKC Knives was founded with a mandate to bring reasonably priced handmade Damascus folding pocket knives, and fixed blade hunting knives to the public at very reasonable costs. Today DKC Knives can be purchased for a relatively modest cost of $60 to $300.” DKC Knives has a growing list of collectors that own many of the company's models.

DKC Knives makes it full knife collection available direct to the public through it's on line web site While both men and women buy and collect knives, the DKC line up has been a tremendous hit with women wanting an incredible gift for their husband, boyfriend, or a special loved one. “Knives are a guy thing, no doubt about it,” said Gordon. “But we see more and more women building up large collections of knives. It’s not uncommon to see many customers coming back and purchasing multiple sets of knives because of the unique characteristics each knife brings.â€� Knives are works of art and can be enjoyed for a lifetime and be handed down to younger generations. So don’t stress any further for the perfect gift, DKC knives is your answer.

DKC Knives is based in Castro Valley California. The company website is DKC Knives can be followed on Facebook as well as Instagram. Interested parties can sign up for the company newsletter at and receive updates on new knife releases.

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Brad Bennett

Brad Bennett

Brad grew up in a small town in northern Iowa. He studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married his wife one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children.
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