Joseph Rodgers & Sons 2-Blade Pocket Knives
Recent Customer Reviews - Joseph Rodgers & Sons 2-Blade Pocket Knives
Harold C. from Spring Hill, FL
Quality is good, appearance is outstanding.
Harold C. reviewed: Bear & Son Cutlery Ltd 3" Pink Bone Wharncliffe Lil 2- BadeTrapper
Kenneth I. from Algoma, WI
The knife is what I expected. Very nice. I was disappointed that it was made in China. I probably won't buy another Buck knife because of that.
Kenneth I. reviewed: Buck Knives 375 Deuce, Woodgrain Handle, 2 Blade Pocket Knife
Richard . from Lee, MA
This is a beautiful knife, very nice scales, beautiful luster of the nickel silver bolsters, mirror finish on the blades. The only disappointment is a gritty feel in the hinge when opening and closing, that does not go away with a lubricant. It should be smooth as silk.
Richard . reviewed: Boker Copperhead 2-Blade Pocket Knife with Jigged Brown Bone Handle
Jeff M. from Green Bay, WI
Pretty nice item, no problems with it.
Jeff M. reviewed: Schrade Barlow 3 3/4" Closed 2- Blade Pocket Knife
Jeff M. from Green Bay, WI
Really like this one, nice knife if you want something small.
Jeff M. reviewed: JB Outman 2-Blade Canoe Knife with Oak Handle
James J. from Jacksonville, FL
This is a good knife and was shipped promptly and received in good order. It is a good knife, very sharp, but smaller than I thought. I should have paid more attention to the measurements in the description, but I like it. It fits easily in a pants pocket, perfect for that.
James J. reviewed: Schrade Old Timer Minuteman 2 Blade Pocket Knife
Jeff B. from Indy
The other reviewer obviously didn't put any oil on it like it shows HOW to do on an instruction sheet included in EVERY Case knife. While it does not mention the kind of steel used in the seller's listing, it is probably made from Chrome Vanadium steel. This is NOT stainless steel and MUST have a light film or coating of oil on all metal, especially if being carried or in an area with high humidity or near salt water. CV steel is often preferred for its' ability to be re-sharpened easily and quickly, but the down side is that it requires more care & oiling than SS knives that can be carried all year, then dumped in a drawer without oiling or cleaning. Case makes excellent knives and with just a little care will last several lifetimes - truly a knife that can be handed from Father to son many times.
Jeff B. reviewed: Case Cutlery Chestnut Peanut 2- Blade Pocket Knife
More Information About 2-Blade Pocket Knives
- Pocket Knife Buying Guide -
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- Teaching Kids About Knife Safety - It's important to teach knife safety to your kids at a young age. Here are some tips for the best way to instruct your child to safely use knives.
- Types of Knife Blade Materials - There are a variety of knife blade materials and each has its own advantages and pitfalls. Here are brief descriptions of the most popular types of materials found in knife blades.
- Types of Knife Handles - For anyone looking to buy a new knife, whether a chef or outdoorsman, the handle is a significant feature that should not be overlooked. Here is some information about common styles and types of handles.
- Pocket Knife Lock Types - Pocket knives rely on a variety of mechanisms to open and close. Here are explanations of some of the most common pocket knife locks, such as liner locks, frame locks and ring locks.
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- Six benefits of carrying a pocket knife - A few great uses for carrying a pocket knife, including opening boxes, camping, fishing & more.
- About The Barlow Knife - The Barlow knife was invented in England, but became popular in the United States in the 18th and 19th century.