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Case Knives on eBay

Case Knives on eBay


Sometimes a brand becomes a legend. The knives made by the W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company are one such brand, although they ve become more commonly known over the years as Case knives. First manufactured in 1889, these distinctive blades are an essential piece of Americana, being durable, practical, and a design classic. They re similar to Zippo lighters in that respect…


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Case Canoe

Case Canoe


About this project Since the very first canoe ever carved out of a tree trunk, the shape of canoes have not changed throughout time. That is, UNTIL NOW. Check out Tim Thomas explain how to win a Case Canoe in the NYS Winter Classic Fishing Tournament with Bill Hilts on the Outdoor Beat! You ll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. Case Canoe orders before the Holidays…


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Case Bowie Knives

Case Bowie Knives


A certain fellow—we’ll call him Fred—broke the law a while ago. He didn’t mean to. He didn’t even know he was doing it. Nevertheless, had he been caught he could have gone to jail—for a year. RELATED ARTICLES Fred lives in Virginia. Last fall he went on a camping trip. Not knowing what the terrain might be like, he stowed a short machete in his backpack—in case he needed to…


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Case knife Collectors Club

Case knife Collectors Club


The Case Collectors Club offers 3 membership levels: Regular, Junior, and Life. You can enjoy a host of benefits no matter what membership level you choose. If you would like to join the Case Collectors Club for the first time, choose a membership level option, and click Submit . Give the Gift of the Case Collectors Club If you would like to give the gift of the Case Collectors…


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W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company

W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company


The Classics were the dream of the late, great Mr. Jim Parker back in the mid to late 1980 s. He was able to bring his dream to reality, starting while the head of W. R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company in early 1989, prior to the company s bankruptcy, and that was through no fault of Mr. Parker. In fact, Jim Parker spent most of his own wealth, which was substantial, trying…


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Case Damascus Pocket Knives

Case Damascus Pocket Knives


Sub Brand: Trapper Blade Material: Chrome Vanadium Product Type: Pocket Knife Handle Color Family: Yellow Blade Length: 4.125 in. Handle Length: 4.125 in. Can Be Sharpened: Yes Lockable Blade: Yes Size Closed: 4-1/8 in. 2 Blades This item can be shipped to your home. Or pickup this item at your local Ace Store for FREE*. *Items shipped from our warehouse to stores in Alaska…


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Chef Knives Sets with Case

Chef Knives Sets with Case


UPS can deliver most in-stock items within 4-5 business days. Shipping Rates The shipping rate varies depending on your order total and shipping destination. View Shipping Options and Charges. Next Day Delivery For an additional charge of $17.50 per address, we can expedite delivery to most destinations. This service is not available for some oversize items, items shipped directly…


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WR Case Sons Cutlery Co

WR Case Sons Cutlery Co


W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company is an American manufacturer of premium, hand-crafted knives that are passed down for generations. Based in Bradford, Pennsylvania, their offerings cover a wide range of product categories, from traditional folding pocket knives and fixed blade sporting knives to limited production commemoratives and collectables. The company’s rich history…


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WR Case Pocket Knives

WR Case Pocket Knives


You probably noticed it when you held your grandfather s Case. A slight smoother feel. Ever so rounded corners. Rivets worn just a tad flatter. They re all the result of being carried for years in a pant pocket. It s a good feel, one which we ve matched with the advent of our Pocket Worn® hand finishing process. By spending a little extra time hand-crafting, we make them feel…


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Case Scout Knives

Case Scout Knives


Using a knife is not as easy as it sounds, especially when learning to use it as a scout. However, the concern here is not only about training the eager scouts, but also the safe handling of a Scout Knife. You can use a Scout Knife as a tool. Jack of all Trades! An ideal Scout Knife should be as easy to hold as a pencil or pen. Here, the applications include, cutting strings…


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Case Peanut Knives

Case Peanut Knives


Leading knife manufacturers have always faced a demand for Peanut Knives despite these knives not having very distinctive features or applications. However, dedicated knife collectors value the craftsmanship of Peanut Pocket Knives. For collectors, Peanut Pocket Knives are worthy of being collected and displayed as part of a comprehensive knife collection, often including pieces…


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Case Lockback

Case Lockback


December 25th, 2011. That was the last time I saw my Cutco pocket knife. I was using it to open presents, and it must have fallen into a box or bag, or something. I haven t seen it since. The next day, I dug through all the trashes. I actually dumped all the trash on the garage floor and sifted through it by hand - to no avail. So, after that I decided to find a similar pocket…


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Case Lock blade Knives

Case Lock blade Knives


Check your local knife laws. Knife laws vary by region, so be sure to look up your local legislation to help you narrow down your search. As a general guideline, smaller and simpler is better. Aim for something at or under 2.5” blade length, that doesn’t lock, and needs two hands to open to be on the safe side. Get something that doesn’t lock, but is still secure and safe to…


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Case XX Hunter

Case XX Hunter


DISCLAIMER Nothing you see here is real, even though the conversion or the presented background story might be based historical facts. BEWARE! Some background: The North American FJ-4 Fury was a swept-wing carrier-capable fighter-bomber, originally developed for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. It was the final development in a lineage that included the Air Forces…


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Case Knives Dating

Case Knives Dating


By learning the simple Case dating system, you can easily determine the year a Case knife was manufactured. In 1970 , Case added dots beneath the USA on the tangs of all knives. As each new year passed, one dot was removed. So, nine dots appeared in 1971, eight in 1972, and so on. In the 1980s , the same dating system was used - with two subtle differences. First, a Lightening…


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