A design popularized by the hunting knives made by Bob Loveless and Bo Randall. The tip of the blade is lowered through a convex arc from the spine. A slow convex-curved drop in the point characterizes a drop-point blade. The drop-point format lowers the point for control but adds strength to the tip. Usually coupled with plenty of belly for slicing, this format is often used for hunting knives. It is also a fantastic all-around blade format. This blade shape can be found on a wide array of knives.
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