Case Cutlery Single Blade Folding Knives
Recent Customer Reviews - Case Cutlery Single Blade Folding Knives
Dave K. from Arlington.NY
This is my preferred pocket knife. The wood grained handle carries the script personalized text nicely. The thumb blade release and lock blade work well. The straight blade/serrated blade combination provide the best options for use. Very sharp!
Rangler J. from Montana
This knife is a modern,sleek, gentleman's knife, but all the grit and 'can do' of a horse wrangler ultra light weight, slim in the pocket,smooth finished well built clip so it stays anchored in the pocket, fit and finish like a custom made knife of 5 times the price,the blade is finished with a 40% serrated that is like a fierce biting reptile, it will cut thru a 1 inch manila rope in one slash,the thumb screw opens the blade in blink of an eye [once polished and worked with a bit of polishing compound, and seated with exercised opening and closing,This knife by Al Mar should be in the Museum of Natural Art in NY.A culmination of the centuries of the knife makers art and superb craftsmanship. I worked with knives for 25 years, tested and sharpened over a quarter million knives at Sportsman's Shows in ten western states, every brand, style, make and model, I have seen handled, sharpened straight edge serrated and combo knives for a living, and this knife is the pick of the litter bar none,and This knife comes super razor sharp out of the box, not only cuts paper but literally shaved the ink off the page,use caution or band aids or super-glue or stitches your choice~!If you buy this knife you will see every word is true,if you lose this knife, you will wipe the tear away first then pick up the phone and order another right away-you will not want to be caught without one always. The last knife model you will ever want to buy and carry.Knife Depot is THE place to get this knife-they got me my replacement when NO one else could...good guys to be your knife supplier.
Rangler J. reviewed: Al Mar Knives Eagle Ultralight Micarta 40% Serrated Single Blade Pocket Knife
Umar A. from Kalamazoo, MI
This is an excellent product. The very best knife I have seen offered by any commercial vendor.
Umar A. reviewed: SOG Specialty Knives Pentagon Elite I
Jordan F. from Olympia, WA
Great knife, black with rainbow trim. Boker makes good knives, this is no exception. I bought for my girlfriend she could not be more pleased with it.
Jordan F. reviewed: Magnum by Boker Dark Rainbow Black Stainless Steel Knife
Jordan F. from Olympia, WA
Great tanto blade. On one hand knife is real light weight, on the other hand it's construction makes it kind of fat. The belt clip is a very big plus. All in all good knife, could be narrower, could be a little hardier.
Jordan F. reviewed: Smith & Wesson Special Tactical Black Tanto Blade Pocket Knife
Woodie D. from CA
This small lock folder is perfect for my pocket and the price is so low it is mind blowing. Lock on knife keeps your hand safe as you use it. Small but mighty.
Woodie D. reviewed: Schrade Old Timer 18OT Mighty Mite Pocket Knife
John D. from Orlando. FL
Very sturdy, solid, powerful knife. The spring assist is very powerful. Knife came razor sharp and fits great in my hand.
John D. reviewed: Smith & Wesson BSPECLS Special Ops Tanto Point Knife
More Information About Single Blade Pocket Knives
- Pocket Knife Buying Guide - Since pocket knives have been around for so many centuries, they’ve evolved and branched out into many different styles, leaving you with thousands of models to choose from. Choices are a good thing, but they can also make it overwhelming.
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- About The Barlow Knife - The Barlow knife was invented in England, but became popular in the United States in the 18th and 19th century.