Coleman Single Blade Folding Knives

Coleman Single Blade Folding Knives

Very high quality knife, well built, and solid. Only 1 minor complaint it was very "tight" out of the box. One drop of gun oil and about 200 operations (open and close ) took care of the problem. I'm very satisfied with this knife and would recommend it to anyone!

Great knife and love the style, I wish it was sharper! Easy to open and close with one hand, I would recommend this knife.

This was a gift to a woman. It is a classy looking piece and very functional. She loved it and carries it with her all of the time. She is a scout leader and finds it useful with her group but also useful day to day. It was an excellent gift to give one that is forever.

Very nice knife, good locking mechanism (open and closed), finish on blade and handle is a nice smooth satin and edge on blade is very sharp. Looked for knives under the Knife Depot search Made in America and this came up as one but on the packing the Knife is assembled in US and not stamped on the blade as Made in USA

This is the first CRKT that I purchased and was quite pleased with the quality of it, and it definitely won't be the last.

Kershaw knives made in the U.S. are well made and maintain a decent edge even after multiple usages.

I had this knife when I was in the Army during Desert Shield and I used it for a screwdriver, a hammer and the blade well it held an edge for FOREVER. It held up like I had just bought it when I got back, it was dented up quite a bit BUT nothing was loose on it. Incredible durability!! My grandpa has had one for 20 years and he won't buy any other knife. It is the perfect size for skinning a deer also.

I've never had a pocket knife before this but it stays sharp I've carved into bone and cut bone off and after a year it's still just as sharp

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