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Case Cutlery 077 Case Small Texas Jack Pocket Knife with Chrome Vanadium Blades, Amber Bone

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  • Genuine bone handle
  • Chrome vanadium steel blades
  • Clip and pen blades
  • Made in USA
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Case Cutlery 077 Case Small Texas Jack Pocket Knife with Chrome Vanadium Blades, Amber Bone + Case Cutlery 045 Case Peanut Pocket Knife with Stainless Steel Blades, Amber Bone + Case Cutlery 07006 Peanut Pocket Knife with Chrome Vanadium Blades Chestnut Bone
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Technical Details
Part Number 00077
Item Weight2.7 ounces
Product Dimensions4.5 x 1.6 x 0.4 inches
OriginMade in USA
Item model number00077
SizeSmall
ColorAmber Bone
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime for Manufacturing Defects
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002V3IYM
Best Sellers Rank #47,309 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJanuary 16, 2007
  
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The #077 Case Small Texas Jack features Peach Seed jigged Amber Bone handle and traditional chrome vanadium steel Clip and Pen blades. This classic Case pocket knife measures 3 5/8" closed and weighs 2.4 oz. The square shape of the nickel silver bolsters and curve of the handle - this knife has long been a favorite with cowboys, and those of us who want to be. Specifications: Pattern: 62032 CV; Handle Material: Peach Seed Jigged Amber Bone; Blade(s): Clip and Pen; Blade Material: Chrome Vanadium; Length Closed: 3 5/8"; Weight: 2.4 oz. Some knife lovers will settle for nothing less than chrome vanadium blades, since this special formula of alloyed steel is the "original" Case blade steel. Case chrome vanadium blades are known for their edge-holding ability and easy resharpening. However, they are less resistant to rusting, pitting and discoloration than stainless steel. We recommend keeping a thin film of oil on the blade to maintain the finish. This ensures that your knife will be around for future generations to enjoy.

Product Description

W.R. CASE and SONS CUTLERY CO. KNIFE, CV AMBER SMALL TEXAS JACK

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I am very happy with the Case Pocket Knife.
Cindy Fitze
They stay sharp, and what little re-honing is needed takes very little time and effort, thanks to the vanadium in the steel.
Don LaPlume
The Amber bone scales are starting to darken a bit as well from being handled, giving mine a nice, broken-in look.
jerseyboy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Larry K on July 3, 2010
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I know people have a lot of different opinions when it comes to the subject of which pocket knife is better and for what reason. I am a collector and user of knives of all sorts, camping, whittling, a tool, and just plain enjoying the feel of a good knife. I have owned a knife of some sort for over fifty years and Case has always been my choice when I could afford one. The Jack style is the best, for me, for all around use. More than two blades are cumbersome, one is not enough for most uses. The quality of Case has been unparallelled for my lifetime and so, as long as I am capable of using and appreciating a good pocket knife, Case will always be the "buddy" of choice.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Don LaPlume on August 19, 2010
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This is not my first Case pocket knife with chrome vanadium blades and amber bone handles (scales, for you knife-savvy ones). I have three now: a large Stockman, a medium Stockman, and the Texas Jack. The Texas Jack pocket knife is built on the medium Stockman frame, but minus the third blade on the Stockman; the Sheep foot, so called for its resemblance to a sheep's hoof. This gives the Texas Jack a lower profile when all blades are closed and leaves less blade steel exposed for scratches from the odd coin one may absentmindedly drop in one's pocket. The pen blade on the Texas Jack is almost a hybrid between the sheep's foot and a true pen shape, meaning that it serves either purpose alright, but does neither exceptionally well. The Texas Jack, like the two Stockman knives, has the same amber bone scales, which are painstakingly fitted to the sides of the knife, mated perfectly to the generously nickel plated bolsters. The Case shield emblem is a thick piece of nickel-plated steel, firmly and permanently planted in the long blade side, set flush with the handles, as are the three brass rivets, so there's no chafing of the user's hand (or pocket liner). Then there's the blades. Ah, the blades! These are high carbon steel blades with enough chrome in them to make them very shiny, and a little bit resistant to corrosion, but not truly a stainless steel (yes, you'll want to keep a light coat of mineral oil on them). With the classic, timeless lines and style of the perennial pocket knife, coupled with the first rate materials and workmanship of these knives, my first impulse was to keep them pristine in their boxes and take them out and admire them once in a while, and not risk marring them. Until I cut something with them, that is.Read more ›
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By sewingalways on July 13, 2014
no troubles with this sale.. the knife has been used for 6 months and he is very happy with it
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By John Carr on April 11, 2014
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Like all case knifes this STJ is a quality product. My only disappointment is that nail nicks aren't very deep and this makes the knife harder to open.
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By jerseyboy on March 23, 2014
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I own about 15-20 Case knives, but this is probably my favorite. The CV blades take an incredible edge and are easy to resharpen. Over time they take a very nice patina, and just a light coating of mineral oil after cleaning keeps them rust-free. The Amber bone scales are starting to darken a bit as well from being handled, giving mine a nice, broken-in look. The main blade is a useful size for most of my cutting needs, and the modified pen blade is great for detail work. The 3 5/8" frame is easily pocketable without feeling too small in the hand. Case has produced the 032 pattern for over 75 years, and there's a reason for that. For everyday carry and use but still having classic good looks, this knife is hard to beat.
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By Cindy Fitze on January 11, 2014
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I am very happy with the Case Pocket Knife. The workmanship is very good and very sturdy. I am very happy with this purchase. I would recommend this knife.
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By nofx88 on November 17, 2013
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Wow..this knife is MUST have I was blown away at the quality and craftsmanship it is solid, and beautiful and it is an american work of art. Just buy one everybody deserves this.
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