Bared wire, also called razor wire, is a more aggressive and better intruder deterrent for elevations above fencing. Barbed wire usually contains a core hardened steel strip that is often under tension, so if cut, the recoil could cause the wire to unfurl and lash out, striking the cutter.
Manufacture of barbed wire began in the First World War, when several German companies realized that cutting steel tape with dies was cheaper and more efficient than making barbed wire. This early product was called razor tape, and was actually weaker and easier to pass through than barbed wire, as a set of shears could quickly cut through it. In the 1980s, razor barbed wire with a reinforced core of steel wire began to be offered. This type of barbed wire is made by crimping razor tape onto the wire core.
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