Case Cutlery Fixed Blade Knives
Great knife that can do anything. Extremely well built. One small problem is the sheath is a little difficult to pull the knife out from. Usage will take care of that. A hard knife for any outdoor need.
Handle is small.
The perfect addition for a knife enthusiast. Fits comfortably for round the clock wear yet is rigid enough to ensure every day use
Great price and service. Had it engraved, a couple letters were light. Emailed customer service, no questions asked. Sent me shipping labels at no charge. Knife came back 3 days later, PERFECT!
very nice knife, might be a little heavy for some, but that also makes it a great small chopper.
This knife is beautiful. The wood, brass, blade shape, and sheath are all so expertly done. The only complaint I have is that tang... man you can feel it bounce inside the handle. Everything else is in point.
This Is a great little knife. The clasp is very weak when attaching to a lanyard. I had to replace it. Other than that, I love it.
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