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Razor sharp stainless steel bladeContoured hardwood handleAmbidextrous thumb studMeasures 9 3/8" overall
The knife choice of refined gentlemen everywhere, this classic Timber Wolf pocket knife features a slim blade, equipped with an ambidextrous thumb stud. The hardwood handle is contoured to fit effortlessly in your grasp.
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Hard to believe you can get such a nice knive for such a low price.
This is an attractive knife with a long slender blade that can get very very sharp. It is not a pants pocket knife, its better designed as a coat pocket knife. However it is lacking a clip to keep it in place and this is not an ambidextrous knife as mentioned (right handed thumbstud only). There is a notable design flaw as well, mentioned many times in the comment section. It is possible to open it one-handed but it is very difficult and you could easily drop it. You put your middle finger and thumb on the brass stripe but where do you put your index finger to counter the weight of the knife while you push it open? I've slowly found that you can do it by positioning your index finger at the point where the end position of the blade and blade lock meet then shifting your finger just before the lock of the blade but that not only requires a bit of training (i'm a left-hander) it's not comfortable. In spite of this design flaw I can't seem to bring myself to drop a star off because I got it at a good sale price. It's a good knife at a good price with a few lovable flaws.
Slender, sturdy, and sharp
Great knife got on $5 Friday. Love it. Oiled it up working great. Only compliant is one the black wooden scales is too thin and the brass liner can be felt. Otherwise I'll buy another. Thanks BudK.
I like the style and feel. As others have noted, it is a bit large and heavy for pocket carry, but that's fine; it's a beautiful knife.
I have only two concerns: 1) The liner lock does not readily snap into place. Perhaps some wear where the blade and lock meet will cure that over time. 2) There are some small scratches on on one side of the handle, covering about an inch along the handle, and the finish in that area is a bit dull, as though something was rubbed against it. It detracts from the aesthetics of the knife but obviously doesn't affect the operation.
Overall, I am happy to add it to my collection.
I have wanted this knife for 20 years.But never had the money for it when it was in stock.Not wealthy here.Well?This time?Things worked out.And at $10.00?What a steal?I am a Master Knife and Sword fighter outside of work...3 r/d degree gook and internationally certified to teach these skills too.So I know blades.After I received this?I tightened everything up first.Then?I put on a Gloss coat of oil based polyurethane to seal the damned thing from future scratch's.Then I sharpened it enough so you can shave with it.It has a blade 1 inch longer than my previous pocket knife I used for 21 years.That one was also purchased at BudK.I will put this one in my will to pass on.Ditto the last one.I do recommend this.Very beautiful and functional when I was done upgrading it.4 people have already tried to steal this from me too.Thanks for this!
I bought this years ago (2018) and am ordering another. This thing is really sharp and deploys VERY quickly. I showed it to a guy at work and I was sitting on a work-stool chair. He snapped it and it skidded off the floor and cut my dockers at the cuff and missed my leg by inches. So, I talked to him privately. But I love this knife.
This knife looks great from a distance, but is not strong, and is not a user.
- Low price, and acceptable quality for the price
- It looks fantastic from the side with the blade open
- It's BIGGER than you might imagine; way bigger than most "Gentleman's" knives
- Flimsy liner lock doesn't engage tightly (lots of blade wobble)
- Liner lock release interferes with finger grip when the blade is open (it extends too far down)
- A pointy extension on rear edge of blade looks bad when closed
- Thumb stud only for right hand use (NOT ambidextrous)
- Thumb stud positioned too close to the wood, so opening requires two hands. The stud is pointless.
- There are TWO metal liners on one side and ONE liner on the other side. The knife is asymmetrical and looks ridiculous from the top. Considering the weak liner lock, this should have been a simple slip-joint design.
I bought this purely because of the look and expected a cheap product. I'm happy looking at it on the shelf, but would never actually use it for fear of breakage. I'd love to see this model remade at the $50 or $100 price point.
well put together very pretty knife.After I got my first one I ordered a second.just in case.
Bought three and was satisfied with all of them. Very sturdy. Very sharp. Easy to open with one hand. Would highly recommend to anyone.