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Schrade 160OT Old Timer Fixed Blade

3.1 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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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.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 4 x 7 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000UVWWZU
  • Item model number: 160OT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #418,015 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I wanted to give this knife 4 stars but as I thought of what to write I couldn't come up with a reason to take a star away, for the price.
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.
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I got what I paid for, this is a good working knife. Its heavy it will do well during camping and such. It has a great size blade, it is full tang, the metal shows as 7Cr17 High Carbon Stainless Steel. It might be something similar to 420HC or the steel some Boker plus knives use. It is not the cheap 400 series steel its just a notch better, it is high in carbon it will retain its edge better but you would need to keep it clean. The derlin handles look very sturdy, the sheath its ok nothing fancy or nice to look at but will serve its purpose. This knife its very similar to the woodsman knife as I ordered both. They are almost the same size blade but the style its a little different. The sheath its exactly the same size. Steel its the same, the Lion has nicer lines but the woodsman looks thicker and that will do better with heavier chores. Its sharp enough out of the box, but did not pass the arm hair shaving test and the paper test barely passed it (you will need to sharpen the blade). I will use a 25 angle on mine. Overall its a good bang for the buck. In my case its more of a sentimental attachment to the brand more than anything.
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I gave this knife five stars because it is a great knife for the price. I'll know more after a couple of years use.

I am impressed with the sheath, also. Nice thick leather.

I would buy this again.
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My Husband had been looking for a nice knife, so I gave him this one for a present. He said it was perfect! He has large hands and likes the fit and feel, along with the very nice leather sheath that it comes with.
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I ordered this knife on the heels of the 1650T because the product description lists it at 7 inches overall and I wanted a smaller version for everyday carry. It turns out that this is the Mountain Lion which I already had. Had I known this I probably would not have ordered it. That aside, the quality of this knife and sheath is quite impressive and I would recommend it to anyone in the market for a good knife at a reasonable price.
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I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this knife. I got the knife in the mail and then literally two hours later I accidentally dropped it onto the concrete pavement. I saw it hit the ground on its side, cross-guard first, slamming the tip of the blade into the cement.

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.

P.S.:

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.
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I bought this Knife 37 years ago (American made then). I can't speak for the ones made in China...But this knife has cleaned everything from Panfish to Buffalo. In fact last week, I zipped out a Whitetail Doe in Wisconsin. It has been my constant companion while Camping & Afield & has NEVER let me down!

J.C. Snakedance
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Schrade Woodsman
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
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