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Schrade 6OT Old Timer Golden Bear Lockback Knife with Nylon Sheath

by Schrade
12 customer reviews

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  • 100% Designed and Made in the USA
  • Quality and Performance come hand in hand with Old Timer products
  • High material used to make the blades and handles for Old Timer
  • 3.9" blade, 4.9" handle
  • 400 Series Stainless steel
  • Durable Delrin handle
  • 5.9 ounces
  • Nylon sheath included
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Schrade 6OT Old Timer Golden Bear Lockback Knife with Nylon Sheath + Schrade 7OT Old Timer Cave Bear + Schrade 3OT Uncle Henry 3" Bearhead Lockback Pocket Knife
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Product Description

Product Description

Old Timer has been making quality knives for generations. Whether it is for waddling, hunting, or even recreational use, Old Timer prides itself on providing quality, high performance cutlery at amazing prices.

From the Manufacturer

The "Golden Bear" features a durable Delrin handle, a stainless steel lock-back blade, and includes a nylon sheath.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 6OT
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions3.3 x 4.1 x 7.4 inches
OriginUSA
Item model number6OT
ColorGold
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty against any manufacturing defects
  
Additional Information
ASINB0016KGMKK
Best Sellers Rank #92,795 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 28, 2008
  
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Alan B. Richards on December 29, 2010
I've owned Imperial Schrade knives for most of my adult life. Many pocket knives and of course my trusty Uncle Henry and Old Timer lock blades. I still own and use regularly the American made version of this knife. It's been a solid worker for 15 years.

But the other day I saw a new one at the counter of my local hunting supply. It looked like my old knife and I had the salesman lay the new one down on the counter as I pulled mine out. Sitting side by side, there was no comparison. Mine said USA 60T. The new one said China. The blade was thinner and didn't look to be the same grade of steel. There was considerable weight difference too. The American being the heavier. Even the salesman had to say, "they don't make em like they used too."

My knives are workers, sometimes to the point of abuse. Frankly, I'd be afraid to put my livelihood on the line with this new knife. Calling it a "Schrade" is almost insulting. If I need a new knife, I'll buy a Buck.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Little big man on February 22, 2013
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I own an American made version of this knife and this new Chinese knife is a I/2 as thick as the original the pin that holds the blade on is very thin, this is made of completely inferior materials the Chinese have really cut corners on this knife to make a larger profit Taylor knifes are now pretty much junk, Your Welcome
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Karen on October 19, 2014
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wow what a dissappointment from Schrade. My husband has several very similar knives from different makers. His favorite has always been the one Schrade that he bought as a teenager. This is definately not the same company. It may have the same markings, but it is very hard to open, and close. Once it wears in, it may be better, but it will take a long time to get there. The materials are nowhere near as good as the old ones. He realized thast it is about as much now as the one he bought in the 80's, but there is no excuse for the crappy materials. The edge was decent, and with a few quick strokes on the whetstone, it was much better...but wore down pretty quickly. He decided to give it to our daughters boyfriend.
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By E P Lee on January 16, 2012
I gave a 60T to someone who works for me that uses and abuses a knife daily. After 2 years the 60T is close to used up. The emblem fell off after a few days of service - a bad omen I thought - but all in all, the knife was well worth the money. I've resharpened the blade monthly, and have to put the knife in a vise monthly to tighten it up with all my friends prying. The blade still has plenty of life in it, and the delrin handle is about indestructible, but the frame looks to be getting too loose to keep on using. This isn't worth fixing when you consider the purchase price of the knife. I own a few of the USA made 60T knives, and I think they are better than this new one, but they are in my collection now. I don't think the Chinese Schrades will gain acceptance with collectors, but this knife is intended for work, and for that reason I'd say it's a decent value.
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By cinape on December 20, 2011
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my grandpa had an old one of these and it did everything,it was alot heaver then this one and alot better steel.afraid to do alot with this knife it seems weak there is alot of play in the blade and the handle i like the nylon sheath.they just dont make them like they use to in the good ol' u.s.a. i will just go on ebey and buy me one made here.if you just want something to carry for light use then this is it.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jastee on February 10, 2011
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FOR THE MONEY this knife is alright

There was a time when the Schrade knife was the nicer knife and the Buck was the higher value option. Today, I would reccomend the Buck 110 over this let-down of a knife.

The guality control on mine was very lacking.
I use to own a Schrade 60T that was made by the old Schrade company. It was a tank.
This one, however, was shipped to me with the OLDTIMER EMBLEM off of the handle and floating around inside of the sheath. There was a little piece of Delrin hanging off at the base of the handle that was very sharp and needed trimming. Read all descriptions carefully to make sure you get what you want. I did not read carefully enough and was surprised to discover a nylon sheath instead of the PICTURED leather sheath. The item description was correct but the picture was misleading.

The tip I got on mine was very weak as well. I bent it stabbing into a thick stack of PAPER! I was doing a penetretation test that I have done on all of my knives and this is the only one that bent. And when I say bent, I mean it crumpled into sharp, jagged hook. I had to use a coarse stone to take it off, then re-hone the whole edge.

A good thing about the one I got...It was RAZOR SHARP right out of the box. It was as as sharp or sharper than any knife I have ever gotten from Cold Steel, Buck, Kabar, Kershaw, Leatherman, or SOG.

After the tip fix, trimming the jagged piece off of the handle, and supergluing the emblem back on, the knife grew on me a LITTLE.
Not enough to reccomend the P.O.S. though

BOTTOM LINE

You dont want to get a knife that is constantly going to remind you that you didn't spend much money.
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