|Blade Length||12.5″||32 cm|
|Total Length||14.5 lb||6.6 kg|
|Blade Width||1.5″||38 mm|
|Blade Thickness||8 gauge||4 mm|
|Handle Material (Deer Horn)||0.3″||8 mm|
Pchak – the national Uzbek knife, has a straight wide blade made of carbon steel wedge-shaped section with one-sided sharpening. Roe deer horn handle. The part of the knife between the handle and the blade (guard) is pewter with engraving. Roe deer horn is traditionally used to make the handles of Uzbek pchaks. It has an attractive appearance, high resistance to external influences and high wear resistance. 52100 – structural bearing steel. Quite popular in the bladed environment in Russia and the CIS. Holds the cutting edge for a long time, but has low strength and is not resistant to corrosion (mainly superficial). To avoid corrosion, it is recommended: after each wash, wipe dry and grease with oil or grease.