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Grandpa's Favorite Pocket Knives

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"Does anyone have a knife?" Of course, Grandpa always did. These three pocket knives revive that great tradition! All are solidly constructed, and feel great in the hand. Stainless steel blades. Smooth brass terminals finish each handle. Built to last, for this generation and the next. China.


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GRANDPA'S FAVORITE POCKET KNIVES DESCRIPTION
Grandpa's Ram Horn Work Knife
  • Weathered ram horn handle mounted with polished flat brass pins for a non-slip grip
  • Clip and spey blades, each 2-3/4" L
  • Knife is 3-3/8"L when closed

Grandpa's Sunday Afternoon Knife (#1185145)
  • Super-smooth acrylic handle marbled to resemble natural horn
  • Handle mounted with flattened brass pins-won't catch on pockets
  • Three blades: 2" sheepsfoot, 2" clip, 2-3/4" spey
  • Smoothly fluted brass endcaps make it easy to grasp

Grandpa's Small Dress Knife
  • Compact 2-1/8" size won't drag you down
  • Sheepsfoot, spey and clip blades, all approximately 1"L
  • Abalone handle features brass strapwork mounts and smooth brass terminals

Customer Reviews of Grandpa's Favorite Pocket Knives
Product Rating: 3.0 out of 5.0(5 reviews)
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- 5/31/2013
said: Jackie Dorman
"Much more than expected with a hefty weight or feel to it."
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- 10/30/2012
said: Anonymous User
"This knife is VERY sharp! (Careful when opening the blades, they'll cut you deep!) Great for everything from opening packaging at work to peeling fruit at home. One complaint: the brass pins can catch on your pockets sliding in, and will begin to pull away from the knife. Three months after purchasing, my whole knife was separating. Walked into Lehman's and they replaced it on the spot, no receipt or anything! No problems with the replacement knife! Not bulky at all- I prefer my jeans a little snug in the leg. This pocketknife comfortably fits in my pocket without bulging awkwardly like some others I've had."
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- 5/14/2012
said: Jeff Mauerman
"Got this as a gift, and first impression was good, solidly built, nice tight blades, really sharp out of the box. My only beef is the quality of the handle, it scratches easily in my pocket, and I have already lost 2 of the brass pins that adorn the side. Still probably a good value for the money, but if I had to do it over again, I would gladly pay 3 times as much for a Case or an Uncle Henry, knowing that I could pass it down to my kids."
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- 11/15/2012
said: Anonymous User
"If this is the best you can afford go for it but remember you get what you pay for. Buy a case knife you will have it forever and if it breaks return it to case and they will fix it for free. Case has been in business since 1889 and still made in the good old USA"
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- 9/2/2012
said: jason
"Made in China, why would you sell this?"
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