Case Cutlery Fixed Blade Knives

Case Cutlery Fixed Blade Knives
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Case Cutlery 523-3 1/4 SS Stag Pheasant
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Very nice little knife. Well made.The sheath is well made too.

The knife is awesome well constructed plus the service at Knife Depot was fantastic an got it to me ultra fast.

Excellent knife. I bought this to carry on wilderness hikes for misc reasons and it's very light weight yet durable. It's well balanced and came at just the right angle/sharpness for usability and blade durability.

Yesss, the item was the very one I was longing for, perfect delivery, perfect timing, Thank you, 5 +5 stars!!!!!!!!!

A WORK OF ART! Too beautiful to use.

I could not be any more pleased with this knife, it is hands down number 1 in my collection. Probably the sharpest knife I've ever bought, I literally shaved with it and it only took one stroke across my skin to take the hair off. Be extremely careful when handling this knife folks, it's that damn sharp!

A solid knife. Have had it for years and it has never let me down. I have never used the gut hook except to cut paracord every now and again so I can't say good or bad about it. However it is my go to knife for cleaning game like ducks and it holds it edge well

I love it with the exception that the dips the handle have hurt the hand. But other than that it is a great tool to have.

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