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Schrade LB7 Uncle Henry Bear Paw Lockback Folding Knife 3.75" Blade, Wood Handles

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Part Number: SCHLB7
Manufacturer: Schrade Knives
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5" closed lockback. 3.75" stainless clip blade. Wood handles with brass bolsters. Brown leather belt sheath. Made in China.
Lockback
Lockback
The lockback system has been used for many decades. It can usually be found on the knife spine and it provides a strong lockup that will wear well.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
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Raymond
Williamsville, Ny
May 10, 2017
Pros: Lock Type, Blade Material, Handle Feel, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality, Sheath, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
Excellent EDC Knife
Beautiful knife, sharp with leather sheath which can be used as EDC. This is the second one I bought.
4 out of 5
Mervyn P.H
Portsmouth, UK.
Oct 22, 2016
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Ease of Opening, Sheath, Overall Quality, None
Cons: Weight
LB7 Bear Paw Knife
Although lighter, and with thinner handle than the old US made LB7, this is still a good quality product, and great to use.
5 out of 5
Jim M
Boston, MA
Oct 22, 2015
Pros: Lock Type, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Sheath, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality
Cons: Weight, None
Thirty years and still good as new.
I purchased an Uncle Henry LB7 and a rigger's knife with a marlinspike for my sailboat at the Schrade factory store in Ellenville N.Y. in 1985. Side by side with the Buck 110 for comparison, the Schrade had superior fit and finish to the Buck. Unlike the Bucks from 30 years ago, there were no gaps between the brass bolsters and the wood scales, the brass pins were finished flush with the scales on the Schrade, while the Buck's were bumping out past the scales. The blade steel is 440C, and it holds an edge quite well, but it takes a bit more effort to sharpen it. When I first got the knife I oiled the sheath with the same Neatsfoot oil I use on a baseball glove, and it still looks great and the leather is supple with no cracks. Brass part are quite a bit softer than steel and can get nicks and scratches easier than the blade, but I don't mind the patina of work done. If I was headed on a long trip and could only carry one knife of the many I own, this would be the one. If you carry it in your pocket, it will be rather heavy, the only downside to an otherwise fantastic knife.
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