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HUGE ONTARIO CLOSEOUT SALE | WHILE THEY LAST! Details

Case 6.5 Burnt Bone Stag Tear Drop Jack 3-5/8" Closed (TB6.51028 SS) - 65308

$59.99

MSRP* : $91.90 | You Save* : $31.91 (35%)
Part #: CA65308 | Case Knives
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Description
CA65308: Tear Drop Jack 65308 (TB6.51028 SS)
Case Knives
 
Best of both worlds.

Made to look beautifully worn, this genuine bone handle's honey and amber tones are accented with special jigging—and handflamed—to look and feel like authentic stag antler. Each knife features Tru-Sharp™ surgical steel blades and the Case Oval Script Shield. Secondary "6.5" blade tang
stampings remind you these knives are extra special.
Specifications
  • Tear Drop Jack 65308 (TB6.51028 SS)
  • Closed Length: 3-5/8" (9.21 cm)
  • Blade Shape: Spear Point Blade
  • Handle Material: 6.5 Burnt BoneStag
  • Weight: 1.5 oz. (42 g)
  • Handcrafted in the USA
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Bone Handles
Bone Handles
One of the most common natural materials used in knife making, bone handles are usually textured to provide grip and can be dyed almost any color.
Case 6.5 Burnt Bone Stag Tear Drop Jack 3-5/8" Closed (TB6.51028 SS) 1.000 (1 review)
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Case 6.5 Burnt Bone Stag Tear Drop Jack 3-5/8" Closed (TB6.51028 SS)
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Bill
Denver, CO
Jun 09, 2019
Pros: Handle Feel, Handle Material, None
Cons: Overall Quality
Case QC Slipping?
I purchased a 6.5 Bone Stag Tear Drop yesterday. After taking it home and sharpening it I noticed the blade had scuff marks on it where it was kissing the liner. After a closer look I discovered the blade would shift back and forth with slight pressure while folded. Not only did the tip move side to side, but the blade would roll where the tang met the liner. Actually, where the tang met the air gap between the tang and liner. It's going back as a warranty repair.

 

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