Timber Wolf Crimson Rain Pocket Knife
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  • Damascus steel blade & bolsters
  • Genuine bone handle scales
  • File-worked details & accents
  • Brass thumb stud & accents
  • Includes leather sheath
  • Measures 4 1/8" closed

Timber Wolf has taken the traditional folding pocket knife to the next level in exquisite fashion with this brand new Crimson Rain pocket knife. From the beautiful Damascus steel blades to the abundant polished brass accents, no detail has been overlooked. Throw in intricate file-worked designs and genuine crimson red bone handles with Damascus bolsters, and you have a winning combination of quality and style usually found only in the custom knife world.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5
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THE GOO Reviewed by on Dec 25, 2015   5 out of 5

WELL the one I got must have sat on the shelf for a long time because the goo was crimson and the scales are now pink! so that is very disappointing being that i would have never ordered a pink knife for my own personal use.....it's too nice otherwise for my wife to appreciate.............so I am man enough to carry this PINK KNIFE.....but it's sure not the knife I wanted. The Pakistani make a good knife but there is no doubt they are having a good laugh about all us infidels walking AROUND WITH PINK KNIVES.

Lovely knife, Also a Greasy Mess Reviewed by Kaya Hallelujah on Dec 22, 2015   4 out of 5

Greasy goo! I should have expected this based on the previous review, but I assumed that must have been a one-off situation. I was wrong. Inside of the box was a bag that contained the knife and a lot of red/pink goo that smelled faintly of pine. I cannot tell if this was meant to oil the knife, or possibly dye it based on the color. The greasy, gooey liquid filled up the bag and surrounded the knife, making the knife greasy and gooey and wet with the stuff! The goo got into the filework and was difficult to get out. I scrubbed and scrubbed, using dish soap and dial soap and cold water, and finally removed the goo from the knife after a fair amount of time and work. I then had to do the same thing to get the goo off of my hands. Despite the fact that the knife is still slightly greasy to the touch, it is a very nice knife. It's pretty sharp although not the sharpest, but that can easily be fixed. It's also a simply beautiful knife with outstanding filework and a beautiful handle. My only complaint about the aesthetics is that the handle is a lighter color than the deep rose maroon in the photo. My knife's handle was almost pinkish but not quite, however I do understand that all knives are going to be slightly different especially given the materials used, so I'm not counting that against the manufacturer. The locking mechanism works. All in all, great for the price if you don't mind cleaning off the greasy goo for a little while.
Response: We apologize for the knife being so greasy. The knives come that way from the manufacture so they don't rust while sitting on the shelf. An easy way to get the grease off would be to use a degreaser.

Disappointed Reviewed by Troy on Jul 10, 2014   3 out of 5

Just received knife in the mail. Wasn't aware it would be packaged in goop-filled plastic. Upon opening the box, the preservative spilled all over my hands. It seems to be light machine oil? After wiping off the excess, the light sheen is still present when handling with dry hands. The unit is striking in appearance upon first glance. But closer examination shows that the scale-to-bolster fit is juvenile at best. Knife is poorly assembled. There are gaps between the bone scale and the metal- some appear to be 1/8" wide! For a knife in the $70-$80+ price range, I expected much better quality. The metal quality appears to be about right at this price. The filing design is quite nice without any distinguishable burrs to cut one's palm or fingers while handling. My one major complaint is that this is a dagger-style knife in that both sides of the blade are hollow ground sharpened- this is dangerous for novices. I really wish the spine was a false edge, rather than sharpened. The leather sheath is top notch, well constructed.

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