Perhaps best known as the blade type seen on bowie knives, clip point blades are also often seen on pocket knives and (along with the drop point) are one of the most popular blade types around. Basically a normal straight back knife along much of its length, the knife’s name comes from the “clipped” back edge approximately 3/4ths of the way from the handle to the tip. The tapered tip typically produces a much thinner and sharper tip that is excellent for piercing.
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