|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 0.4 x 1.4 inches|
|Item model number||00174|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Folded Knife Size||5 Inches|
|Included Components||Clip Blade, Drop Point Blade, Utility/Fillet Blade, Saw Blade, and "Carry-All" Brown Leather Belt Sheath|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime for Manufacturing Defects|
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Case Cutlery 00174 XX-Changer Knife with 4 Interchangable Stainless Steel Blades Rosewood
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First of all the best thing about this knife is that its blades hold an edge. When dressing out a large buck I only had to stop to resharpen the drop point blade once. I used it for all the initial dressing and switched to the saw blade to cut through the pelvis in order to remove the nether regions. Again it performed flawlessly.
The boner blade was also very nice when boning out the meat, separating the ribs and so forth. As the knife comes apart it is easy to clean and get into the crevices where it is normally harder to clean a folding knife.
1. The blades are not deeply hallow ground so as you sharpen them the steel becomes thicker and is therefore harder to craft a thin edge with a stone. The good thing is that you can replace the blades with new ones when you run out of edge.
2. The wooden hand is nice to look at, but not really practical. If you care about those types of things, you always have to be more careful than you would like to insure you don't bang and scratch it up. The same is true of the solid brass fittings / caps. Although I must admit that with even hard use, I haven't dinged it up too badly.
3. The leather scabbard is functional, but if you get it wet and don't allow it to dry well, it will grow mildew. Especially around the brass rivets. Again not a big deal to me, but to others it might be. The best thing to do is soak it well with some good leather treatment straight out of the box. And keep it oiled over time.
All in all this is a good knife with a lot of functionality built in. Case is a good company and is about as good as you can get when it comes to well thought out knives in my opinion. Definitely worth the money!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought two of these knifes specifically for the skinning hook blade and neither one of them came with it. Both had the fellet blade instead,so not super happy.Published 16 months ago by Robert Malmquist
This Case knife more than met my expectations. I would recommend it to anyone looking for such a product for use or collecting.Published on February 7, 2014 by Chiefman