In this blog post, we thought we would explain the differences between soft and hard steels and the nature of the different steels. We'll also explain what chipping is and how you can easily fix a chipping on your own.
Once you’ve got your Roselli Hunting knife, how do you use it when out in the field? We’re confident that you, as a hunter, know how to handle game and take care of your gear. But being experts on our own knives and their abilities we’d like to share some quick knowledge that might come in handy this hunting season.
The Nordic hunting season is just around the corner and at Roselli you'll find the proper gear for the many outdoor tasks that may come your way. But what do you need when heading out into the wild? We believe it’s a hunting knife that you can trust in all weathers and that doesn't loose its sharpness.
When choosing a carbon steel knife you have a knife that is sharper and remains sharper than a stainless steel. The disadvantage though is that a carbon steel knife can rust. However, rust is not to be mistaken for patina. In this blogpost we'll explain what patina is, how it occurs, its advantages and how you separate it from rust.
With so many knives to choose from with various sizes and blade lengths, it can be difficult to know which one that would suit you better. It can also be difficult to appreciate the size differences between our knives. That’s why we created a simple size guide.
Everything you need to know about our knives and axes that last a lifetime, and the craftsmanship behind them. Here you’ll find tips and tricks on how to care for your Roselli, exciting product announcements, guides on how to use your gear and much more. Something missing? Contact us or see FAQ.