Case Teardrop Smooth Rustic Red Richlite Slip Joint 13627

Model #: CA-13627
Brand: Case
Retail: $88.00
$59.99
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Details

The Teardrop is one of the newest Case patterns and another winning collaboration with renowned custom knife maker, Tony Bose. Inspired by a custom knife Bose built for the movie, “Lincoln” the Teardrop features an iconic “teardrop” shaped handle and single long spear point blade. This version comes with smooth Rustic Red and brown Richlite covers and a polished Tru-Sharp stainless steel blade.

Brand new directly from W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company, USA.

Blade: The Teardrop pattern offers a single, sleek, long spear point blade perfect for simple everyday tasks. The Tru-Sharp Stainless steel blade comes with a slicing hollow grind, single nail nick opener and high mirror polish finish.

Handle: Smooth, red and brown Richlite covers are fit between two sets of nickel silver bolsters for a classic and stylish look. A recycled paper and phenolic resin composite similar to Micarta, layered Richlite offers the figured look of wood with the durability and weather resistance of a modern composite. The front cover sports a Case Oval Script Shield. Classic brass liner construction houses a simple slip joint back spring delivering secure non-locking operation.

Case Tru-Sharp: Case Tru-Sharp is another name for 420HC, a stainless steel that provides excellent rust resistance, ease of re-sharpening and moderate edge retention while being exceptionally tough for a stainless steel. With appropriate heat treatment, it is said to preform similarly to VG-10 in wear resistance.

Specifications

Specifications
Knife Action Manual
Brand Case
Overall Length 6.00"
Blade Length 2.45"
Sharpened Length 2.15"
Blade Thickness 0.08"
Blade Material Tru-Sharp
Blade Type Stainless
Blade Grind Hollow
Blade Finish Mirror
Closed Length 3.60"
Handle Thickness 0.30"
Handle Material Micarta
Hardware Nickel Silver
Bolster(s) Nickel Silver
Liner(s) Brass
Weight 1.50 oz.
Condition New
Country of Origin United States