Case Knives Pocket Worn Old Red Bone Corn Cob Jig Medium Stockman . This Medium Stockman is a part of the Pocket Worn Old Red Bone Family. These knives have been carried daily by Case enthusiast for decades. Each knife in the family shares the character of a trusted old pocketknife with the sure function of one freshly opened out of the box. Stockman's pack three blades in a convenient but very practical pocket knife. The Clip and Sheepfoot blade sit on the pocket end while the Spey 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 Spey blade is commonly used as an all-purpose utility blade.
This knife is 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. Comes conveniently packaged in a box. Made in Bradford, PA, USA from domestic and imported materials.
- Tru-Sharp surgical stainless steel blades
- Clip, Sheepfoot, and Spey blades
- Corn cob jigged Red Bone handle
- Length: 3.63 inches closed and 2.5 ounces
- Limited lifetime warranty
Old Red Bone
The Pocket Worn Old Red Bone handle is Corn Cob Jigged to give it a look and feel that's just right, right now.
The Clip blade is extremely versatile — just the thing for those everyday tasks at work or around the house. With a sharp point for piercing, the shape allows for better control of the cutting edge.
The Sheepfoot blade features a straight edge and a curved back, allowing for greater tip strength and control of the cutting edge with your fingers. Originally designed for trimming sheep’s hooves, this blade is ideal for carving and carpentry work.
The Spey blade was a vital tool for farmers and ranchers who would use it when castrating livestock. Also a favored tool for skinning game, this all-purpose blade shape is found in many popular knife patterns such as the Trapper.