Knife review: Spanish knives from the classic Navaja to a modern Nieto

Spain has a long tradition in cutlery, with the classic Navaja design being produced since roughly 500 years already. Navajas have lost popularity in the last 50 years, but are still interesting and beautiful. Then we make a jump to a modern Spanish production knife: a simple but efficient Miguel Nieto backlocking utility folder.

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Автор 11lolsauce ( назад)
what is a good website to find this knife?

Автор Jonathan Chark ( назад)
Actually, everyone had a navaja. Criminals, working class, and rich alike.

Автор lexxicon97 ( назад)
I have a nieto, too. It is the best knive i have, i use it about 6 times a
day, 365 days a year, since 2001.

Автор TheVengefulCo ( назад)
Is it funny that I have the exact same knife. lol its nice though, Joker
did a good job

Автор joseph smallwood ( назад)
I have a Aitor pampero it has a bone handle is it worth any thing oh and it
has the sheath

Автор kaindrg ( назад)
The islamic influence is a good assumption but, from what i have seen the
north african cultures didnt adopt the curved swords till after they were
pushed out of spain. they seemed to have prefered the old roman spatha
design(with islamic hilt patern) popular since the dark ages even till the
catholic reconquesta their knives and daggers were both one sided blade and
double sided blade but was not curved

Автор ninjastick419 ( назад)
wow that is cool!!! where can i get one of those? with decent steel
(hi-carbon steel) very good video 10 stars. diez estrellas i think

Автор MrDagon007 ( назад)
@TheMotuman I forgot... It must be somewhere between 20 and 40 euro, I

Автор Parth Patel ( назад)
What is the worth of this fine knife you are reviewing

Автор MrDagon007 ( назад)
@Microglia1 Google for "aceros de hispania" and you'll find a webshop with
many traditional navajas on sale...

Автор LedZeppelin13k7 ( назад)
I recently got my hands on 16 of these knives(with 23 case knives which i
collect) in a estate sale. Can anybody tell me anything about the "Bustos"
brand of this style knife? I'm now the owner of 16 of them....just
wondering if they're worth something they all seem pretty old and have real
gold on them.

Автор DJJimCowley ( назад)
On the basis of this video i orderd a Nieto knife from world knives for 30
euro and its a beauty :).... once again you have inspired what type of
knife i should buy. Thanz Mrdragon!!!

Автор Hissatsu5 . ( назад)
Beautiful knife I might have to pick one io sometime

Автор MrDagon007 ( назад)
@newhuskytwenty The big arabian-style Spanish folding knives, such as the
ones distributed by Aceros de Hispania, often look wonderful indeed.
They're not practical today, but even so they are very beautiful.

Автор newhuskytwenty ( назад)
@MrDagon007 (I meant spelling) Thaks to you, I like knives and your reviews
are among the best. Recent Spanish kings made swords illegal to the common
citizens, therefore big folding knives were used for being legal and,
besides, because bandits could conceal them easily. That kind of
tradicional (arabian styled) folding knives could be defined as
"albaceteñas", from Albacete, south-east.

Автор MrDagon007 ( назад)
@newhuskytwenty Thanks for the valuable extra info

Автор newhuskytwenty ( назад)
The correct spellin is "El bandido", without any t, wich means "The bandit"
in English. Navaja means in my language folding or pocket knife, not a
particular style from Spain. The ratcheting action is called here "carraca"
for its sound at opening it:, kind of "cra cra cra". I would define it as
several steeps in a back lock spring.

Автор BB000X ( назад)
Las navajas españolas y los cuchillos españoles son los mejores del mundo

Автор MrDagon007 ( назад)
I have never heard about El bandito navajas, and I will keep them in mind.
Thanks for the heads-up.

Автор John Buynone ( назад)
I bought an El bandito navaja Knife which has a ratcheting action. The
knife is very easy on the eyes. Have you ever heard of this style of navaja?

Автор mwillblade ( назад)
I have one made in china .

Автор MrDagon007 ( назад)
I see. Now, a navaja is a traditional design, you can't really say that
navaja X is a copy of Y. In any case, the one that I have is made by the
Spanish company Joker and I bought it on the french or the austrian ebay
(can't remember which one of the two). Hope this helps.

Автор John Buynone ( назад)
Well there is a few copies of this kknife on ebay but not this particular

Автор MrDagon007 ( назад)
Well, there are several Navajas on sale on ebay.

Автор John Buynone ( назад)
Great knife. How do I buy one in the USA?

Автор jnpsmith ( назад)
I really like both of these guys. I agree with the finger groove thing. Get
rid of those, and the aesthetics and style of the knife would surge forward
greatly. Of course, i always think finger grooves on a knife need to go.
Can't abide them. Thanks for another cool review.

Автор myactionhobbies ( назад)
Honest feedback is standing applause...:) Thank you

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