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Schrade 8OT Old Timer Senior Pocket Knife

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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
  • 7Cr17 High Carbon Stainless Steel Clip Point Blade, Sheepsfoot Blade, and Spey Blade with Nail Pulls
  • Old Timer Sawcut Handles with Nickel Silver Bolsters, Brass Pins, and Heat Treated Back Springs
  • 3-Inch Blade and 3.9-Inch Handle Length
  • 6.9-Inch Overall length
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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 "Senior" features clip point, sheep's foot, and spey stainless steel blades.

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Technical Details

Part Number 8OT
Item Weight 2.7 ounces
Product Dimensions 3 x 4 x 7 inches
Item model number 8OT
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Material Carbon Steel
Item Package Quantity 1
Number Of Pieces 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description Limited Lifetime Warranty against any manufacturing defects

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ASIN B0002V3M16
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4.4 out of 5 stars 198 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #30,960 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#218 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools > Knives > Pocket Knives & Folding Knives
#976 in Sports & Outdoors > Sports & Fitness > Hunting & Fishing > Hunting > Knives & Tools
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available October 2, 2003

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A lot of people have varying opinions about the Schrade knives made today, some are holding on to American nostalgia and some just don't like these knives but aren't being specific as to what's wrong with them. So today I'll be conducting a review on the 8OT(my favorite knife by Schrade USA) and give specific detail against the imported model by Taylor Cutlery.By the way the uploaded video is an Old Timer commercial from 1986 which may give some noticeable visual differentials from the original 8OT to the new.Along with some lovely nostalgia for those of us who love the originals.So, here we go...

Blade Steel:
The original Old Timers used 1095 Carbon Steel and the Uncle Henry's used Schrade's Plus Steel (440A Stainless and 420HC in later years)...1095 was a great blade steel you could get for a slipjoint but it was also the standard steel offering of American knife brands. This steel yielded between 0.90-1.03% in carbon content and was just about holding a really good edge and being easy to sharpen. The only thing about 1095 you had to get used to was that cutting fruit or cleaning small game or anything moist the steel would tarnish/form a patina.For people used to the patina effect from carbon steel it gave an antiquated arts & crafts appeal to the knife, for people who liked their blades pretty they hated it.Great edge life you'd get from 1095 Carbon Steel but it wasn't for people who neglected oiling their blades or leaving water or chemicals on them for extended period of time. So the newer Schrade's by Taylor Cutlery don't use carbon steel they are now stainless and not even the quality of Plus Steel.This steel is not 440C as that is a super stainless and China doesn't use 420/440 Series stainless steels they develop their own.
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I bought this knife to replace another pocket knife that I'd had for many years, but which I had to surrender to the airline since I forgot to take it out of my pocket. This Schrade 80T Old Timer has turned out to be an even better knife than the one it replaced. It's a perfect size for my pocket and it is extremely sharp and does everything a good pocket knife should. I highly recommend it.
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not as good as the originat...the stainless steel is much more difficult to sharpen and in addition is too hard....the long blade on mine broke in less than six months and no,, I was not using it as a prybar...just a terrible down grade of a excellent tool...
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Yep, the spring snapped after the first year of use while just sitting on the dresser with blade partially open, but was sharp when received and maintained an edge well enough till then....Made in china syndrome! Nope, won't buy this one, or any other Schrade in china knife again.
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40 years ago, I bought my first Schrade Old Timer #8 pocket knife. I still have it, but the blades have had a disturbing number of misadventures over the years, and I finally decided that it was time to have a new one. Sadly, many years ago, Schrade moved their production offshore to China, and while the new ones look every bit as good as the old ones did, I have my doubts about whether this knife will hold up as well. On the other hand, it seems to be just as willing to hold an edge, and the blade might even be slightly less brittle than the steel in the old ones; they were a bit infamous for snapping off if you used them to pry on something incautiously. That said, I'd have willingly paid more for one that was made here, and I'm getting awfully tired of seeing products coming from overseas that we could be making at home.
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I google searched for a knife made in the U.S.A. It says it's made in the usa. however when it arrived on the box in clearly says made in china. I have owned a old timer pocketknife for years, in fact I wore my last one out that I had for 30 + years. I bought a inexpensive knife because I just lost another one last week. I thought it was a cheap price for one made in America. It may be a good knife but clearly false advertising .
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A nice daily user knife. Although Schrade knives are now made in China, I would say the fit, finish and material quality of this knife is very good. If you want a knife to use for everyday applications this one will serve you well and it is inexpensive.
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I have loved this particular knife for 30 years. semper fidelis, always faithful. on my latest one the construction was not as faithful. get it together schrade. it still works but something about it is wrong. the blades bend too easily. the tempering is off.
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