Below are the primary grinds we offer here at L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives. Always choose your grind based on what you'll use it for most. All of our grinds will help you get the job done. Some just make it easier (and more fun) than others.
Hollow: This concave cut-out blade style is an all-around useful grind. A hollow grind is good for slicing meat and cheese, splitting and carving wood, and field dressing. An adaptable grind with a secondary convex edge.
Flat: Our flat grind is ground from the top to the bottom of the steel with a secondary convex edge. Great slicing ability is marked by a very sharp edge and strong blade. Good for field-dressing game and light/medium bushcraft.
Saber: One of our personal favorites, the saber grind is strong, heavy-duty, and good for tougher jobs. Helps make quick work of bushcrafting, field-dressing game, and splitting wood. Great control with a secondary convex edge.
Scandi: This bushcrafters’ favorite has no secondary edge and is similar to a wood chisel. It offers superior control when cutting at a severe angle. Great carving wood and fine details.
Convex: Slack-ground with a secondary convex edge, this grind is great for baton work, chopping, and bushcraft. The convex grind allows for superior sharpness while maintaining its strength.