Some articles on tang extends, tang:
... A full tang extends the full length of the grip-portion of a handle, versus a partial tang which does not ... In perhaps the most common design in full tang knives, the handle is cut in the shape of the tang and handle "slabs" are then fastened to the tang by means of pins ... The tang is left exposed along the belly, butt, and spine of the handle, extending both the full length and width of the handle ...
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