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Case Tony Bose Tribal Lock

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Item #: CS-TB17001

$67.95

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If you think you recognize this knife, you are right. We introduced the Tribal Lock in our Late Fall catalog as one of the 2017 SHOT Show limited editions. In addition to that limited edition, Case is now offering the Tribal lock in several handle materials. We have chosen four to offer to A. G. Russell™ customers.

In 1998, Tony Bose began working as a custom collaborator with Case. Since that time, five collaborations have been designed for the Case standard product line, the Tribal Lock being the fifth.

The Tribal Lock features a 3-1⁄8" mirror polished spear point blade of Tru-Sharp stainless at 54-57 Rc. We've chosen those with navy Rogers Jigged Bone, orange Pocket-worn™ Corn Cobb Bone, Smooth Antique Bone and Smooth Yellow Synthetic for the handle scales. All have nickel silver bolsters and Case's Oval Long Tail C shield, and brass liners. The one with Smooth Antique Bone has a strike line on each bolster. Midlock. Measures 4" closed. Weighs between 3.1 to 3.3 oz. Made in the U.S.A.

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Case Tony Bose Tribal Lock orange bone

Item #: CS-TB17001 $67.95
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Case Tony Bose Tribal Lock navy bone

Item #: CS-TB07065 $64.95
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Option A

Case Tony Bose Tribal Lock orange bone

  • Type
    Folder
  • Blade
    Wharncliffe
  • Blade Length
    3-1/8"
  • Finish
    Mirror
  • Blade Steel
    Tru-Sharp
  • Rockwell
    54-57
  • Lock
    Lockback
  • Bolsters
    Nickel Silver
  • Liners
    Brass
  • Handle
    Orange Jigged Bone
  • Closed Length
    4"
  • Weight
    3.3 oz.
  • Origin
    USA

Option B

Case Tony Bose Tribal Lock navy bone

  • Handle
    Navy Bone
  • Weight
    3.1 oz.

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