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Schrade 160OT Old Timer Fixed Blade
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- Quality and Performance come hand in hand with Old Timer products
- High material used to make the blades and handles for Old Timer
- High carbon stainless steel blade
- Leather sheath
- #1 Selling Family of Pocket Knives
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I had forgotten what the feel of Delrin in the hand was like. It has the feel of a dry bar of soap but not slippery. I like it. The knife is built like a tank. It is no light weight just a good solid knife.
Some say that the quality has gone down on this knife. If you don't have an old one you would have to think the old one was some kind of a super knife because there is nothing wrong with this knife for its price.
If you like this blade design and need a good working knife (skinning knife) this one will do the job at a good price.
I am impressed with the sheath, also. Nice thick leather.
I would buy this again.
It held its point and there was only a slight scuff on the cross-guard.
It seems to have been intended as a skinning knife and so the blade does curve back pretty far as most skinners do. Still makes a great utility knife.
The handle is made of a type of polymer branded "Delrin"(acetal) and it's a very, very tough and rigid polymer intended for industrial use. I'm confident that the knife handle will outlast most wooden-handled knives, and possibly even stag scale knives.
When I was told that these Old Timer knives are now being manufactured in China I was concerned about the sheath quality. Frankly I was expecting something like rat leather(LOL!). But I was wrong. The leather is rough, but it IS sturdy and the stitching is neat and consistent. The sheath is about 8 1/2" long and nearly 2" wide--with a thickness of about 3/8". That's if the seller includes the original Schrade leather sheath.
Overall, for a $20-40 knife it doesn't get much better than this knife.
There's a video on Youtube of someone handling the knife and I suggest you look at it before deciding whether you want to buy it or not.
Positives: Nice Looking Knife, good weight and balance, Can't beat the price Paid $21 with shipping,
Negatives: Blade Came in dull compared to a new Buck or Case XX, I immediately had to put an edge on the blade, Sheath SO SO
Hopes: Hope it retains an edge, will find out with use, I plan on beating on this unit in my garden
Opinion Good knife for the money Good User,
Concerns: Lets see if the blade rusts or stains or holds edge over the next year,
More expensive, but Comp USA made Buck and case knives appear to have higher quality blades
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No good! Blade is weak since changing to stainless! Not the strength old carbon blades had!Published 6 months ago by Ralph B. Campbell
I loved this Old Timer knife for years and wanted to get a second one. Once opened when we received it, the first disappointed thing I seen was it was made in China. Read morePublished 7 months ago by TyBoo
The write up says it is made in the USA but when we received it... It said it was made in China! Had to send it back because we were deceived.Published 11 months ago by Jessica Boshuizen
THIS IS THE BEST SKINNING KNIFE I HAVE USED. IT WOULD SHAVE RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT.Published on December 6, 2013 by COUNTRY BOY