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Queen Small Stockman with Aged Honey Amber Stag Bone Handle - 2010A

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Part Number: QN26ACSB
Manufacturer: Queen Cutlery Company
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QN26ACSB: Small Stockman
Queen Cutlery

Features a beautiful Aged Honey Amber Stag Bone handle, nickel silver bolsters, and polished D2 tool steel blade, expertly tempered.

3 Blade
3-1/4" Closed length.
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.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
D2 Tool Steel
D2 Tool Steel
This is a high carbon steel that is appropriate for use in hostile environments and is known for edge retention.
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Emmett T
ok
Aug 01, 2016
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Handle Feel, Ease of Opening, Blade Material, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality
Cons: None
D2toolsteel knife
I am 77 years old and I have carried a knife since I was 12 years old. I have never had a knife made out of D2toolsteel until now. its three and one quarter inches long and it fits in your pocket nice! Even a young man would love this knife.
1 out of 5
Woodworker
Southern California
Mar 16, 2015
Pros: Blade Material, None
Cons: Overall Quality
Unacceptable Quality
I've been very intrigued about D2 steel in a pocket knife and Queen was recommended by several users at my woodworking forum. The small stockman seemed to fit the bill for me. Sadly, this particular knife must have been a Monday production. Sharp points at the heels of the blades. Rivet on one side proud of the scale. Liners and springs on the bottom not ground flush. Bolsters had light scratches on them. The jigging on one of the scales was so poorly done, the scale was sharp from the very deep crevices left behind. Even the Queen label on the box had fuzzy lettering and looked like a copy of a copy of a copy. The knife was wrapped in tissue thin kraft paper and was most certainly bouncing around in the box. I knew D2 was difficult to sharpen, and this was no exception. It took me 45 minutes to get it to the point where it would slice paper, and another 45 minutes to file away the sharp points with a diamond file and grind the bottom flat. For whatever reason, I couldn't remove a burr on the drop point blade no matter what I used. I finally ended up stropping on a power stropper aggressively. One expects higher quality for a premium knife. It shouldn't take 1.5 hours to prep a knife for daily use. I cannot recommend Queen unless you can see and handle one in person. Back to my Spyderco and Case for EDC.
4 out of 5
Steve
chattanooga,tn
Apr 05, 2010
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good steel
so far so good
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