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Case Jungle Green Camo Kirinite Folders

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Item #: CS-18528

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New for 2018. The Jungle Green Camo Kirinite™ is one of Case's most striking color combinations this year. Dark rich greens are complimented by the earthy red tones in this brilliant handle. Kirinite™ also brings rugged dependability to the table, while retaining its elegance. Each pattern in this series has brass pins and liners and nickel silver bolsters. All blades are mirror polished Case Tru-Sharp® Surgical Stainless at 54-57 Rc. All are made in the U. S. A.

W. R. Case and Sons® have been producing knives for over 100 years and their brand is absolutely one of the most well known. For generations many "firsts" in pocketknives have been Case® knives. These knives are still being handed down from father to son and from grandfather to grandson.

Option A

Case Jungle Green Camo Kirinite Tribal Lock

Designed by well-known knifemaker Tony Bose, the Tribal Lock has a 3-1⁄4" mirror polished spear point blade. Nickel silver bolsters and Case's Oval Long Tail C shield, and brass liners create a striking contrast to the handle. A midlock, it measures 4-1/8" closed and weighs 3.1 oz. Suggested Retail is $102.90.

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Case Jungle Green Camo Kirinite Trapper

The American Trapper, no matter where it is made, is a classic. The pattern is defined by two blades from the same end, a clip and a long spey. The Trapper has been the number two pattern with hunters, cattle workers and collectors for many years. Features a 3-3⁄8" clip point and a 3-3⁄8" spey blade. Measures 4-1⁄8" closed. Weighs 3.6 oz. Suggested Retail is $86.90.

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Case Jungle Green Camo Kirinite Stockman

The Stockman or Stock Knife is a serpentine shaped double end pocketknife that typically has two springs and three blades. Designed as a rancher's pattern, it was first marketed in the west. The master blade of a stockman is traditionally some type of clip point, the second usually a spey and the remaining blade can be a pen, a sheepfoot or a harness punch. A typical stockman is made in one of two basic shapes, square end or round end. Features a 2-1⁄2" clip point blade, a 1-7⁄8" sheepsfoot blade and a 1-3⁄4" spey blade. Measures 3-7⁄8" closed. Weighs 2.6 oz. Suggested Retail is $89.70.

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Option A

Case Jungle Green Camo Kirinite Tribal Lock

  • Type
    Folder
  • Blade
    Spear Point
  • Blade Length
    3-1/4"
  • Blade Steel
    Tru-Sharp
  • Rockwell
    54-57
  • Lock
    Mid-Lock
  • Bolsters
    Nickel Silver
  • Liners
    Brass
  • Handle
    Kirinite
  • Closed Length
    4-1/8"
  • Weight
    3.1 oz.
  • Origin
    USA

Option B

Case Jungle Green Camo Kirinite Trapper

  • Type
    Folder
  • Blade
    Clip - Spey
  • Blade Length
    3-3/8" - 3-3/8"
  • Finish
    Mirror Polish
  • Blade Steel
    Tru-Sharp
  • Rockwell
    54-57
  • Lock
    Slip Joint
  • Bolsters
    Nickel Silver
  • Liners
    brass
  • Pattern
    Trapper
  • Handle
    Kirinite
  • Closed Length
    4-1/8"
  • Weight
    3.6 oz.
  • Origin
    USA

Option C

Case Jungle Green Camo Kirinite Stockman

  • Type
    Folder
  • Blade
    Clip - Sheepsfoot - Spey
  • Blade Length
    2-1/2" - 1-7/8" - 1-3/4"
  • Blade Steel
    Tru-Sharp
  • Rockwell
    54-57
  • Lock
    Slip Joint
  • Bolsters
    Nickel Silver
  • Liners
    Brass
  • Pattern
    Stockman
  • Handle
    Kirinite
  • Closed Length
    3-7/8"
  • Weight
    2.6 oz.
  • Origin
    USA

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Finally, the W. R. Case Knife Company seems to be in good hands. The family that has guided the Zippo lighter company through so many successful years has begun to make a difference at their knife company. They have called back from retirement, skilled craftsmen who are teaching the current crop of cutlers. These new Case knives look more like those of the 1950's rather than those of the 1970's and 1980's.

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