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Case Peanut 6220 SS Clip and Pen Blades Work Knife Series - 46

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Part Number: CA046
Manufacturer: Case Knives
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CA046: (6220 SS) Peanut
W.R. Case Knives

Jigged brown synthetic handle
Clip and pen blades
2 7/8" closed
1.2 oz

Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
4.333 (3 reviews)
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Tony
Michigan
Aug 03, 2014
Pros: Blade Material, Overall Quality, Handle Feel, Weight, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
There's a reason Peanut owners call it "One of my favorites"
When I was first married in the mid-70's a Peanut was my EDC knife. As I became a home owner (in the country) and learned to do more and more things well, I felt the need for a more versatile knife, and switched to a Medium Stockman, which is still my EDC knife. But "once a Peanut owner . . ." This is now my "suit and tie" pocketknife. But it's size belies what it's capable of. Superbly well made, with excellent half-stops on both blades, and the most satisfying "snap" you ever heard on closing them, this little doobie emerges as a truly versatile knife, beyond what it's diminutive size suggests. Unlike many, I actually prefer Cases' "Tru-Sharp" (440HC) blade steel, as once a good edge is put on it (and it is from the factory) a quick steeling at the end of every day you use it KEEPS it that way. I have read that their handle synthetic is both Delrin and Zytel - I honestly don't know which this is, but no worry there: Both are *excellent* synthetic handle materials. A wonderful little knife, and a tribute to "American Made". I just know I'll be ordering one of these eventually in a dark jigged bone or stage handle, too!
4 out of 5
Looperone
Hendersonville, NC
Feb 25, 2010
Pros: Ease of Opening, Blade Material, Handle Feel, Weight, Overall Quality, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
Good Small Tool
Very sharp blade, handy compact design. Better for smaller hands.
4 out of 5
Jeff
Florida
May 30, 2008
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Handle Material, None
Cons: Blade Material
An itty bitty knife, with big knife features!
What can I say? Case knives are legendary, and with good reason. This knife is quite small, but is built like a Mack truck. Fit and finish are superb. The edges are well ground and fairly sharp right out of the box. The stainless steel is a little tougher to sharpen, than the chrome vanadium, but it is fine for most purposes. It does a much better job resisting the humidity and sweat it gets exposed to in Florida's subtropical climate. Remarkably, both blades have good strong half stops, a feature I usually find in older (and larger) knives. Both blades have excellent snap as well. In fact the only down sides of this knife to me are the facts that I have large hands, and a strong preference for old fashioned carbon steel blades. However I fully realize that the size of this knife makes it ideal for folks with smaller hands, and many prefer not having to work so hard to keep their knife from rusting. This is a very comfortable knife to hold and carry, as it is smooth and curvaceous,and weighs almost nothing. Sometimes I think I have lost it, as I can barely tell it is there. Despite it's diminutive size, it handles just about all of my day to day knife chores with ease. It is perfect for lovers of the peanut pattern, who want a knife to use and carry. Dare I say it might make an excellent first knife for a responsible youngster?
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