Technically, any knife with over one blade, the multi-blade term is a catch-all for knives, such as a “Swiss Army Knife” that don’t have a specific pattern name. Often such knives have many blades and special tools, such as a corkscrew, saw, gimlet, leather punch, hoof pick, scissors, etc. folding out of the handle. Six- to twenty-blade versions are not uncommon (see: Sportsman’s Knife). These knives’ handles can be almost any shape and do not easily fall into any one category. Some, such as horseman’s knives, champagne patterns, etc have a special feature which gives them their name. Large exhibition knives can have fifty to two hundred various blades and tools but they are not intended to be used.