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The Best Quality Damascus Knives

October 9, 2018 by krystinam  
Filed under Featured, Supplier Zone

From knives and swords to leather items and historical replica, SZCO has every self-defense item you can dream of. Their most popular items are their Damascus knives, which come in a wide range of sizes and colors, so there is something everyone will love.

These heavy-duty steel knives are characterized by distinctive patterns that resemble the flowing of water. Most come with a leather sheath, which also have unique designs, to help protect the knife. Whether your customers are hunters, knife collectors, or just browsing for fun, they’ll be sure to fall in love with these products.

“We use all-natural products for all of our knives and handles,” Monte Combs, the General Manager at SZCO, says. “We use real horn, bone, wood, and most of our Damascus knives are over 200 layers of steel. You won’t find that anywhere else for this low a cost.”

Since 1984, SZCO has been a manufacturer and importer of many types of knives and swords from pocket knives to medieval swords. Their products are extremely useful for craftsmen, sportsmen, and hobbyists. They import their products from USA, China, Germany, India, Japan, Pakistan, and Taiwan. Some of the brand names they carry include Scorpion, Dead Walker, United Cutlery, Rampage, and more.

“Nowhere on the planet can people buy the quality of Damascus that we offer. We control the quality of the knives that are made, and other places just don’t compare to our quality and prices,” Combs said.

If you’re looking for a nice way to be able to show off these knives to your customers, SZCO also sells knife displays. These are wooden displays that come finished and unfinished, or you can go the extra mile and get wooden displays that resemble a moose or a deer. These artistic pieces can proudly show off your collection of knives and have customers practically drooling before the display. To see their large collection of Damascus knives, go to their website at

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