Many of the Muela folding knives included in this catalogue are functional and practical, safe, robust and efficiently designed with virtually unalterable
However, you will also find folding knives with essential characteristics that add distinctive features, such as Damascus steel and exotic wood, or natural antlers, and form part of a series of beautifully finished exclusive models on which their high quality and the artisanship employed in their manufacture are clear.
Whether they be of stag horns, high value wood, nickel silver, brass or even the most advanced synthetic compounds, among our folding knives you will find the most modern designs, although there are also more classic ones created centuries ago by Spanish artisans and which reinforce our traditions.
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Even after thousands of years knives today is still a priceless aid for soldiers all over the world, because of their multiple facets as tools, without forgetting their inestimable value as weapons for self-defence.
Moreover, thousand of members of tactical police intervention forces all over the world include knives as part of their sophisticated and modern equipment.
For all these reasons Muela offers a wide selection of models, with safety catches and ergonomically esigned blades and handles, the most advanced and practically wear-proof materials, and specific finishes, all combined to produce safe, robust and highly reliable knives, always effective in any circumstances.
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The ax is a cutting tool, composed of a thick steel blade, with a somewhat convex edge, an eye to cut it, and sometimes with a breastplate. Formerly it was used as a weapon for war, being the same as the ax for chopping wood, but in order to disarm the enemy, breaking the weapons that defended it.
Its metal edge is securely attached to a handle, usually made of wood, to cut with blows. The typical use of the ax is chopping wood and felling trees.
Its origin must be located in prehistory, from the Neolithic Age, when they were used as weapons for hunting and warfare. Later the Vikings, Normans, Amerindians, English, French, etc., also used it as a weapon of war.
Currently the ax is still used for cutting firewood, for felling trees, but it is also widely used for adventure sports, and outdoors such as hunting.
And it also has a tactical and military use, since security forces such as firefighters, rangers and infantry have it as an excellent auxiliary work element.
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