Case Painted Desert 63112 Smooth Light Purple Bone Handle Russ Lock by Case at Reclaimed Wood Blog. MPN: 63112. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This Case Russlock knife is a part of the Painted Desert Purple Bone family. These knives feature a smooth light purple bone handle that is truly one of a kind. The Russlock knife is a pattern that was named after Case founder, J. Russel “Russ” Case. This pattern features a liner lock mechanism, along with a gimped lever for convenient one-hand opening. The Clip blade on this durable folding knife is commonly used as a multi-purpose utility blade and is preferred for detail work. Constructed
Product Description & Reviews
This Case Russlock knife is a part of the Painted Desert Purple Bone family. These knives feature a smooth light purple bone handle that is truly one of a kind. The Russlock knife is a pattern that was named after Case founder, J. Russel “Russ” Case. This pattern features a liner lock mechanism, along with a gimped lever for convenient one-hand opening. The Clip blade on this durable folding knife is commonly used as a multi-purpose utility blade and is preferred for detail work. Constructed with Case Tru-Sharp Stainless Steel, this knife has special high-carbon steel that helps the blades holds an edge longer than conventional steel. It also offers extraordinary blade strength and corrosion resistance. This pocket knife is suitable for everyday demands, hunting, or the outdoors. Comes conveniently packaged in a box. Proudly made in the USA, hand-crafted by skilled artisans.
Features & Highlights
- Tru-Sharp surgical steel blade
- One-Hand opening, liner locking Clip Point blade; smooth light purple bone handle
- Great everyday pocket knife for projects around the house, hunting, and the outdoors
- Lenth: 4.25 inches closed and 2.7 ounces
- Made in USA; Limited Lifetime Warranty
Pocket Knives & Folding Knives
1.7 x 0.8 x 4.5 inches
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