Pchak – the national Uzbek knife, has a straight wide blade made of carbon steel wedge-shaped section with one-sided sharpening. The handle is made of Saiga horn, the pewter guard (the knife element between the handle and the blade) is engraved. Saiga horn is a traditional material for making handles of Uzbek pchaks. It has an attractive appearance, high resistance to external influences and high wear resistance. 52100 – structural bearing steel. Quite popular in the bladed environment in Russia and the CIS. Holds the cutting edge for a long time, but has low strength and is not resistant to corrosion (mainly superficial). To avoid corrosion, it is recommended: after each wash, wipe dry and grease with oil or grease.