SOG Mini Vulcan Knife Review | Tanto VG-10 Steel Blade

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SOG Mini Vulcan Knife Review If you own a set of high-end Japanese kitchen knives and have ever wondered to yourself “hey these work pretty well, a lot better than my pocketknife, so what gives…” you’ll be pleased to hear that the folks at SOG Knives had the same thought running through their minds.

That’s one of the reasons behind the making of the Vulcan blade. While its VG-10 steel got its start in Japanese kitchens, it has now made its way into high-end tactical knives, pocket knives, and hunting knives.

VG-10 is often called “super steel” because it’s so ridiculously hard and holds a sharp edge for a long, long time. The layers of steel provide greater resistance to corrosion than other varieties of steel on the market.

The small tanto-style blade measures 3 inches in length and folds into a durably hard black Zytel handle. This handle is equipped with lots of convenient features including thumb rests, finger grooves, traction grip, serrated cutters, and eyelets.

And that’s why the Vulcan knife is not cheap — it’s not your ordinary pocketknife. But it maintains the quality to uphold its price tag.

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