Case Amber Bone Pocket Knife - Small Texas Jack

$59.99
Color: Amber Bone
Blade Length: Multiple
Edge: Non-Serrated
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Amber Bone
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Non-Serrated
077
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SKU: 943639
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Blade Length
Multiple
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Non-Serrated
Model Number
077
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Case Amber Bone Knife - Small Texas Jack
SKU:  943639
Color
Amber Bone
Blade Length
Multiple
Edge
Non-Serrated
Model Number
077
$59.99
Invalid quantity
Add to Cart
Ship to Address
Free Ship to Store
Store Availability at
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Description
Case Amber Bone Pocket Knife - Small Texas Jack

The rich amber hue of the unique handle style on these Case® Amber Bone Pocket Knives allows the natural beauty of the jigged bone to take center stage. The Case Amber Bone Small Texas Jack features both clip and pen blades of chrome vanadium steel. Weight: 2.4 oz. Closed length: 3-5/8''. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 077.

  • Clip and pen blades
  • 62032 chrome vanadium cutlery steel
Web ID: 10222809
Important notice
  • Notice--Knives: Age.
    You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase a knife. Check your local laws and restrictions before ordering any knife.
  • Notice--Check Local Laws and Regulations.
    Please check your local laws and regulations before ordering and using this product.
  • Notice--Pocket/Clasp Knives.
    Sales by catalog or internet of pocket knives with blades 2 1/2" or longer are prohibited in Cleveland, OH. The sale of clasp knives with a blade more than 3 1/4" in length is prohibited in Richmond, VA. The sale of a knife with a blade length of 4" or more which is so constructed that when it is locked in an open position and cannot be closed without depressing or moving a release mechanism is prohibited in New York City.