Case XX Stockman #6318HE
LENGTH (Closed): 3 ½”
BOLSTERS: Nickel silver
SHIELD: Nickel silver Case oval
HANDLES: Red jigged bone
BLADES: Clip, sheepfoot & spey blades
LINERS: Nickel silver
TANG STAMPS: CASE XX Rear Tang Stamp: 6318HE
CONDITION: Fair to Very Good
DAMAGE: Tight cracks in the pile side handle, normal dings and wear you would expect from a knife this age.
BLADE WEAR: Approximately 20%
MADE IN: U.S.A.
ADDITIONAL INFO: I am far from an expert when it comes to Case knives but according to the chart here on AAPK this knife was made circa 1940 to 1964. This is a great size knife to carry, in my opinion. I like the old carbon steel in the Case XX knives, and I even carried this knife for two or three weeks. It’s a nice size to carry when you don’t want a big knife in your pocket, yet it’s a fantastic cutting tool. There are cracks at the pins on the pile side handles. The one at the front end actually spreads out, but it is not loose and I have stabilized it with CA. I believe this knife will make someone an excellent every day carry knife.
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Item # 16083
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