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Case Small Pearl Stockman Pocket Knife
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- Tru-Sharp surgical stainless steel blades; laser engraved bolster
- Clip, sheepfoot and pen blades; pearl handle
- Great pocket knife for everyday situations, the outdoors, hunting, and hiking
- Length: 2.63 inches closed and 1.1 ounces
- Made in USA; Limited Lifetime Warranty
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The versatile three bladed pocket knife.
Our folding Stockman knives pack three blades in a convenient but very practical pocket knife. Two blades sit on the pocket end and one blade sits on the cap end. Most Stockman knives have a Clip master blade. The other two blades could be any of the following: Sheepfoot, Spey, Pen, or Punch blade. This collection features Tru-Sharp Surgical Stainless Steel or Chrome Vanadium blades with synthetic or bone handles to choose from. Available in three sizes: Small, Medium, and Large. There is one to suit just about everyone's need.
Main Blade Types
The Clip blade on our Stockman is ideal for prepping food in the kitchen or while out camping. It is great for cutting vegetables, fruit, cheese, and snack meats. The thin clip blade can also be used to gut and clean fish.
The Sheepfoot blade is great for projects around the house or the outdoors. This blade excels at wood carving and can cut through ropes and cords of varying thickness.This blade is even suitable for whittling and electrical work.
The Spey blade is a common all-purpose utility blade that can tackle everyday tasks as well as some light whittling.
Our folding Stockman knives come in three different sizes.
Small Stockman - 2.63 in.
Medium Stockman - 3.25 - 3.88 in.
Large Stockman - 4.25 in.
The pen blade is ideal for everyday tasks like opening mail and boxes. It can also be used for light whittling and cutting twine or cardboard.
The punch blade has a needle like tip which allows it to excel at piercing holes in leather for belts or gloves.
This blade is also great for marking measurements into platic, wood, or aluminum.
|Blade Material||Chrome Vanadium||Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel||Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel||Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel||Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel||Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel|
|Length||4.13 in. closed||3.63 in. closed||3.13 in. closed||3 in. closed||2.88 in. closed||3 in. closed|
|Main Blade Length||3.25 in.||2.7 in.||2.55 in.||2.2 in.||2.10 in.||2.25 in.|
|Weight||4.0 oz.||2.7 oz.||2.5 oz.||1.9 oz.||2.0 oz.||1.0 oz.|
|Type of Knife||Everyday Carry - Outdoors||Everyday Carry - Outdoors||Everyday Carry - Outdoors||Everyday Carry - Outdoors||Everyday Carry - Outdoors||Everyday Carry - Outdoors|
|Type of Knife Blade||Folding||Folding||Folding||Folding||Folding||Folding|
|Sheath||Not Included||Not Included||Not Included||Not Included||Not Included||Not Included|
|Limited Lifetime Warranty||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
The Small Pearl Stockman is a part of the Mother-of-Pearl Family. Harvested from the inner lining of oyster shells, these handles are admired as mush for their strength as they are for their beauty. This Stockman is a traditional three-bladed multi-purpose pocket knife with a pearl handle and laser engraved bolster. The Clip and Sheepfoot blade sit on the pocket end while the Pen blade sits on the cap end. The Clip blade is commonly used as a multi-purpose blade and preferred for detail work. The Sheepfoot blade allows for added strength at the point making it great for carving and achieving a clean cut. The Pen blade is great for light work. These blades are constructed with Case Tru-Sharp Stainless Steel which is a special high-carbon steel that helps the blades hold an edge longer than conventional steel. It also offers extraordinary blade strength and corrosion resistance. This multi-purpose pocket knife is perfect for everyday situations, hiking, or hunting. Comes conveniently packaged in a box. Proudly made in the USA, hand-crafted by skilled artisans.
Top customer reviews
So, here we have a Large (or Jumbo, depending on the terminology) Stockman, made by W.R. Case in chrome vanadium non-stainless steel with a traditional yellow delrin handle. And it's just about perfect for a nice looking working knife that doesn't cost a fortune. The only negative thing I've found in my particular sample is a little gapping on one of the liners. There's also a little rubbing of the spey and sheepsfoot blades but that's present in all my Stockman pattern knives no matter who makes them. Otherwise, the knife is easy to open but the blades are tight when open. There's no wobble or side to side movement in the open position with any of the blades. Except for the gap, the fit and finish is excellent. The CV blades sharpen quickly and only need a touch up to remain sharp. I like Case's carbon steel much better than their stainless steel. Sizewise, I really like the biggest Stockman pattern. The grip surface on these 4.25" knives is easy to manipulate and hold onto. If you have large hands, anything below 4" can sometimes become hard to hold onto and that translates into the need for an Bandaid. I speak from experience.
I've been using this knife for several weeks. The blades have taken on a nice patina and have only needed an occasional swiping on ceramic sticks to keep them cutting. I don't do heavy cutting with slipjoint knives but this Stockman could handle a fair amount of work without a problem. I own several Stockman pattern knives with some costing several times the price of this Case. However, this Case performs as well as any of them and looks nice and traditional as well.
As I live in Turkey, I don't bother myself to return that product, but it's a real dissappointment.
The factory grinds on all three blades were atrocious...terribly uneven. Maybe not something most folks would notice, but I had to reprofile them right out of the box or it was going to drive me up the wall. Their factory sharpness also left a lot to be desired.
The best feature of this knife is Case's CV blade steel. It's was very easy to hone to a scary sharp edge once I straightened out the factory bevels.
This is a decent knife, you just might need to work on it a little to bring it to its full potential.