Pocket Knives (3+ Blade)

A true handyman and outdoorsman can't always settle for a knife with just one blade. Sometimes, only a knife with 3 or more blades has the versatility needed to get the job done. With our collection of 3+ blade pocket knives, there's no task too complicated or demanding. If one minute you need a wood saw and the next you need a clip point blade, you'll be covered with a durable multi-blade knife.

When you have the choice between a single blade or an array of blades tailored to different purposes, you have to ask yourself: why settle for a knife with only one blade when you can have one of our many 3+ blade pocket knives? If you need more information to help make a decision, learn everything you ever wanted to know about knives in our pocket knife buying guide or look through our guide to the best pocket knives for recommendations.

Remember, all of our knives come with a 60-day, money-back guarantee, so you can feel confident about your decision.

Pocket Knives (3+ Blade)

I really like the knife not only for the quality but for sentimental reasons. My Dad and. Grandpa carried Case knives. The stockman. 3 blade is the right size the amber bone handle beautifully made and the construction very sound, thanks Knife Depot.

I've owned Case knives for 50yrs. This particular model for about 3 years. It's slim yet very strong and will handle tasks beyond its size. I don't pry or hammer, or chop with my knives. You probably shouldn't either. If you get the cv steel it will get wicked sharp very easily. It will also tarnish and rust easily too if you don't keep it cleaned and oiled. I don't mind the extra maintenance. If you work in a wet environment, try the ss model. It too gets very sharp but resists rust and wont tarnish. It also won't turn fruit brown when you cut it if you care about that sort of stuff. I own both models. These are lifetime work knives.

Good service .I. thought I had lost a source for my old timer knifes. The knife of quality still exist. Thanks!!

My husband purchased a Winchester knife exactly like this one over 30 years ago. He was still carrying it. The blade was starting to get a little dull and the handle was beginning to lose some of its color. So I was thrilled to find another one all these years later. It is exactly like the one he had--only much, much, sharper. We were surprised that the quality is still top notch. There is no doubt that this particular knife will last another three decades!

No complaints, blades sharp, functions well, looks good.

I bought two knives at one time a Boker Stockman and a custom made Stockman knife made in the Pacific North West for almost twice the price just for comparison! For detail the Boker wins hands down. The rivet holes are counter sunk, all shape edges on the exterior were removed. As for quality of blades (sharpness, hardness, and how long the edge will last) that will take some time to get an honest opinion.

This knife was a replacement for one that I lost. It was the exact replacement. Item was delivered ahead of expected delivery date and will purchase from Knife Depot in the future.

Bought for my grandson and hope he likes it.

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