Case® Fixed Blade Knives
Dependable fixed-blade knives ready to accompany you on a trip to the countryside, or a deep-woods journey. Handles are wrapped in genuine leather. Features corrosion-resistant, Tru-sharp® surgical steel blades. Includes a leather sheath.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by zeek67 20 Years and Still A Great Knife I bought a Case XX knife when I was 16. It's been through a lot with me and I'd feel naked without it in the field. November 26, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tino Good enough For Grampa,good enough for me! I remember my grandfather and my father carrying this knife and always wanting one for myself. today I bought my son his first case fixed blade. In the field,the farm and out camping these are the one to have. June 11, 2006
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Details:It has both pictures of the small knife and the bigger one. I want the bigger one. How do I know if I get the bigger one or do they come together?
Details:How do Case knives compare to Buck knives?
A:I like Buck, but it has a nylon sheath and I still like a leather one. The knife is great and holds a edge well. I have had the folding one and carry it on my belt for the past 10+ years. It holds an edge very well.
A:case knives hold ther edge much longer. I happen to own a gen5 Buck skinner and a fixed blade case I prefer the case over the Buck 10 to 1.
A:Case knives and Buck knives both are outstanding in quality if you are looking for a working knife. Case knives are easier to sharpen, both hold a good edge, but the Buck knives are stubborn if you let them get dull before you resharpen. It comes down to personal choice. Depending on where you purchase both are close in price.
If you are looking for collector grade knives, then I believe your stronger choice would be the Case line.
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