Cesta na Repetitor

V září roku 2022 jsme se v pražském Komunitním centru pro válečné veterány setkali s příslušníky mise UNPROFOR, kteří byli přímými účastníky ostřelování, kde zahynuli dva čeští vojáci - četař Petr Valeš a rotmistr Luděk Zeman. Při této příležitosti zaznělo spousta nápadů, které postupně začínáme uvádět do života.

Journey to Repetitor

In September 2022, at the Community Centre for War Veterans in Prague, we met with members of UNPROFOR who were direct participants in the shelling that killed two Czech soldiers - Sergeant Petr Valeš and Staff Sergeant Luděk Zeman. On this occasion, a lot of ideas were expressed, which we are gradually starting to put into practice.

Stabbiíng dagger - - knife not only for hunters

From the moment man began to hunt, he had to solve the problem of how and with what to process the hunted game. In the Stone Age, flint knives were used for this purpose, then bronze knives when man discovered bronze, and iron knives with the discovery of harder iron.

Santoku - Japanese universal

The very popular Santoku utility kitchen knife has its roots in Japan, where it was created in the mid-twentieth century. Its name in Japanese means three virtues or three uses. The three virtues would be slicing, cutting and chopping, and the three uses would be processing meat, fish and vegetables. Japanese cuisine required a special knife for each ingredient and the Santoku became the universal solution.

Sabre - weapon and symbol of office

Creating replicas of historic cold weapons is the part of manufacturing that we are truly proud of. There is some technical challenge on virtually every knife that makes it not so easy to make. However, there are many times more of these challenges on any faithful copy of a historical weapon, which includes the saber.
Sabres came to Europe from the East, where they were used in the early Middle Ages. This is shown by their single-edged, slightly curved blade. It is the curved blade that can be advantageous over straight weapons because, if handled correctly, it can be used effectively not only for chopping and cutting, but also for thrusting back.

Hablock - a knife for everyone

The Hablock knife, whose name originated a long time ago by combining parts of two English words (HAnd and BackLOCK, which is the type of blade lock used), is a pocket folding knife that is classified as a hunting knife. However, it appeals to a much wider range of customers and many of them consider it to be the best-looking knife we've ever produced.


In March, due to the great success of the UTON N690 steel and the demand for another variant, we launched a modified version of the UTON 0008. The knife is also made from N690 steel with a hardness of 57-59 HRc, has a wedge cut, is stamped 0008 on the sight side, but also features a STONEWASH finish, which is a matte look created by whitewashing the blade during production.

Muzeum nožířské tradice je otevřeno celoročně

Muzeum nožířské tradice, které spolu s prodejnou nožů najdete v Mikulášovicích v budově Turistického informačního centra je otevřeno celoročně každý všední den od 9:00 do 16:00. Výjimkou je otevírací doba o Velikonocích, kdy je od 7. 4. do 10. 4 kdy bude otevřeno  od 9:00 do 16:00. V letních měsících, konkrétně od května do října, je pak muzeum možné navštívit ve stejnou dobu i o víkendech.

Knives not only for the spring garden

Everyone who loves gardening is looking forward to spring so that they can get to work as soon as possible. In addition to planting, grafting, grafting and grafting are also among the duties of gardeners and orchardists. What knives can you use for this work?