Joseph Rodgers & Sons 2-Blade Pocket Knives
This is the third Case small pen I've owned...I would highly recommend to my family & friends
Love the look of this knife but it is very hard to open.
We purchased this item as a Christmas gift . The only drawback is seeing the lettering on the blade is a little hard to see but that can't be helped The knife itself was more than we expected, the blades were tight yet,opened easily Did feel the blades were a little dull and should be sharper then again this may be more of a safety reason not to make very sharp Would have no problem purchasing again from this comapny and this brand
gift item to a collector of trappers he liked the item
Gave this as a gift and it was warmly received. Beautiful knife
I bought this pocket knife for my grandson for Christmas. He wants to collect them, and he was delighted that his name was on it.
The quality of the Case 6233 is excellent. I just bought another one this morning. They are small enough where they don't wear a hole in your pocket and I don't even know it's there, but if it isn't there I sure notice it. I have owned this model knife more at least 15 years and would highly recommend it to anyone.
Great everyday carry knife. Takes and holds a nice edge and fits perfectly in a pocket.
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