Joseph Rodgers & Sons 2-Blade Pocket Knives
Recent Customer Reviews - Joseph Rodgers & Sons 2-Blade Pocket Knives
Norman M. from Marietta,GA
The Mighty Mite is very difficult to open!
Norman M. reviewed: Schrade Old Timer Minuteman 2 Blade Pocket Knife
Carla F. from Houma, LA
My husband loves this knife it is small fits in pocket great.
Carla F. reviewed: Buck Knives 375 Deuce, Woodgrain Handle, 2 Blade Pocket Knife
Dennis L . B. from Wingina, VA
I was very surprised to receive a blade that was this sharp and over the past few weeks it has remained sharp even with my repeated usage, to say I am impressed is and understatement. The tightness of the blades within its frame work is very sturdy.
Dennis L . B. reviewed: Schrade Barlow 3 3/4" Closed 2- Blade Pocket Knife
Sed S. from Texas
For the price I can't complain I use it daily!!
Sed S. reviewed: JB Outman Trapper Blue Bone in Wooden Box
Vanessa S. from Helena, GA
I am happy to see that they still make carbon steel knives I have always been a Case and old timer fan, but since they no longer make carbon steel blades I had to switch. My husband seems to like it all but it's just a little too big I would rather prefer it been a little over 3 inches. I guess the 4" will take some getting used to other than that it's fantastic, will be ordering more for Christmas.
Vanessa S. reviewed: Boker USA Beer Barrel Trapper 2-Blade Pocket Knife
Craig M. from Norton, MA
It's not my favorite knife, but it is one of the better ones. This is a larger knife with a very solid feel - no significant wobbles at the hinge. Blades are stout, and close with a bit of a reassuring "clunk." Smooth in the hand and in the pocket and nicely balanced. The "Imperial" name is stamped on the hilt of the clip point blade and on the handle (it's also printed on the side of the clip point blade - we'll see how long that stays legible!). A nice, solid, good-looking knife!
Craig M. reviewed: Schrade Imperial Stainless Steel 2 Blade Pocket Knife
Rj G. from Beavercreek, OH
Perfect size and weight and quality, like all my Case knives it is great.
Rj G. reviewed: Case Cutlery Medium Jack 2-Blade Folder with Genuine Stag Handle
Mike B. from Livingston, MT
I prefer to purchase products made in the US rather than China, but the knife's sharpness, quality construction, and low price made this purchase more appealing. The knife is a good pocket item and has already given good service. I have purchased another, similar knife because of my satisfaction with this knife.
Mike B. reviewed: Schrade Imperial Stainless Steel 2 Blade Pocket Knife
More Information About 2-Blade Pocket Knives
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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.