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Queen Tear Drop Liner Lock w/Aged Honey Amber Stag Bone Handle 3-3/4" - 2003A

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Part Number: QN6LACSB
Manufacturer: Queen Cutlery Company
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QN6LACSB: Tear Drop Liner Lock Blade
Queen Cutlery

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

1 Blade
3-3/4" 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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3 out of 5
Florida, USA
Jan 27, 2016
Pros: Handle Feel, Handle Material, None
Cons: Overall Quality
Pretty is, as pretty does...
I actually have three Queen knives. An older Workhorse dogleg jack, an Amber Stag teardrop jack, and a recent Workhorse Coke bottle jack. All are very pretty to look at . However none of these knives are without issues. The dogleg has half stops, and at the first half stop, the pen blade is so loose, it rattles. Fortunately, it locks out at the second half stop just fine. The Amber Stag jack has enough wobble in the main blade that it rubs. Otherwise it is solid. The Coke bottle has a main blade that is thin enough that it flexes a bit just with hand pressure. This along with the proud bolster pins are apparently an attempt to keep costs down. I can understand that. However, the main blade's back spring is weak, so it is lazy. While a collector might let this slide, a user will find this an unforgivable sin. None of the knives showed up with an acceptable edge. Two of them are made with D-2 steel, which is not the easiest steel(for me) to sharpen. The newer Workhorse is made with 1095. But do I really want to make a knife that closes a little too easily really sharp? Folks, I don't really want another American knife company to go under. But Queen's QC department better wake up! If I am expected to pay a premium price, I expect a premium knife. It's that simple. There is just too much competition for any company to become nonchalant.
2 out of 5
Aug 25, 2014
Pros: Lock Type, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness, Handle Feel, Blade Material, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Lock Ease of Use, Ease of Opening
Large space on underside of knife between spring and liner lock. Very difficult to open and close. Sent to Queen Cutlery and they told me that my knife was better than the five others in stock. I actually like the knife I.e., spear point, balance, etc. No where near the quality of GEC. I would prefer to return for a refund.
4 out of 5
Arlington, VA
Oct 30, 2011
Pros: Overall Quality, Handle Material, None
Cons: Ease of Opening, Lock Type, Lock Ease of Use
Solid Knife - beautiful handl material
This knife has perhaps the nicest bone handle of any that I've seen. The honey amber stag bone handle scales are beautiful to look at and a pleasure to hold. Should be a nice, solid, dependible knife for general use. After carry the knife for a few weeks I've realized I'm not a huge fan of liner locks. The way you have to depress the lock and fold the knife toward your fingers is probably not the world's best design from a safety standpoint. The knife is also a little stiff to open and to close requiring a little more force than is ideal, particularly on the close for the reason noted above. The knife also has a tendency to sit horizontal in the pocket which is a little uncomfortable. All that said, this is still a very nice, high quality knife. The fit and finish are definitely high quality and the handle is beautiful.
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