Schrade Pocket Knives (3+ Blade)
The knife is as advertised. It is well built in the USA and stays sharper than other knives made in China.
Bought this as a replacement for a favorite. Like this one better. I'm very pleased.
I have carried a Buck knife since 2000, my very first one was a buck 309 companion that was a high school graduation gift, I still have knife and carried it for 14 yrs, till last week when I ordered my Buck 303 Cadet, I like a three blade knife and wanted to keep my 309 companion put up. The 303 Companion is my everyday carry and I have and I have only had it since Tuesday and have used it a few times to open my mail, put ice in my cooler while camping. I can't wait to use it alot more.
Very happy with knives
This is simple. I had the exact one for 20+ years until I went through a "check point" in Cleveland Ohio city hall. As soon as I laid it on the tray, a cop grabbed it & tossed it in the waste basket & would not return it. I love it, it is exactly the same one I had. It is as durable as any good pocket knife, holds a very sharp edge & the curve of the 3rd blade serves me well in my work. I know this will last another 20+ years even though I know I'm too old to out last it.
The ones I received are solid, well-made, sharp, smooth-operating, all blades set open very well. I will be sending one each to my daughters.
Great knife,holds an edge well.
It was a great little knife. Easy to order and received right away.
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