Timber Wolf Gentleman's Pocket Knife
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  • Razor sharp stainless steel blade
  • Contoured hardwood handle
  • Ambidextrous thumb stud
  • Measures 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.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.83 out of 5
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Very Sharp and Quick Reviewed by on Jul 10, 2018   5 out of 5

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.

Great style, fair quality, weird design decisions Reviewed by on Dec 03, 2016   3 out of 5

This knife looks great from a distance, but is not strong, and is not a user. Pros: - 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 Cons: - 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. Overall: 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.

great knife Reviewed by Thomas Schuyler on Aug 30, 2016   5 out of 5

well put together very pretty knife.After I got my first one I ordered a second.just in case.

Great Knife Reviewed by Chris Goulet on Jun 23, 2016   5 out of 5

Bought three and was satisfied with all of them. Very sturdy. Very sharp. Easy to open with one hand. Would highly recommend to anyone.

True gentleman Reviewed by Jason Milne on Mar 19, 2016   4 out of 5

It is exactly what it is described as. it may be a little too large to carry conventionally, and has no clip, but it doesn't pretend to. its a solid construction, it feels nice in your hand, and it is of surprising quality for the price. This knife could cost 20-30+ dollars and it wouldn't be a shock, and it would still be worth it. there are some places where the wood is worn away inexplicably, but its barely noticeable unless you scrutinize the blade very closely. Very sharp out of box, and locks up tight. my only real complaint is that thumb stud is hard to use because its so close to the handle, and it sort of has to be opened from an unconventional angle, and is very much not ambidextrous. four well-earned stars. a near perfect knife, for the price--unbeatable. makes a good gift for knife people that like having unique styles.

A gents' knife indeed Reviewed by Danny Bond on Mar 11, 2015   5 out of 5

This knife can be carried in the inside jacket of your suit or in the pocket of your jeans. Either way it looks great and performs well with out being awkward or hard to handle. I'm going to buy more for friends!

Gentlemans' Reviewed by Greg Downen on Jul 26, 2014   4 out of 5

This Knife is a real bargain,great looks, long proportion, nice feel.After a week though, I realized it's a bit heavy to carry as a daily pocket knife. Perhaps a smaller or lighter version would be perfect. If you order one, get two or more, they make great gifts and the price is right!

Can't beat it Reviewed by Rocky Rhodes on Jul 13, 2014   5 out of 5

I purchased 3 of these knives to give as Christmas gifts. I was extremely pleased with the quality and craftmanship. You would expect to pay 25 to 30 dollars for a knife like this but I was fortunate enough to catch them on sale for 5 dollars apiece. Can't beat that.

Truly a great knife Reviewed by Craig on Jul 10, 2014   5 out of 5

This knife has gotten more complements than knives costing 20 times its price. Great edge out of box and the styling make this knife the best value I have ever gotten. Buy several as gifts and make yourself a Super Santa.

Good bargain Reviewed by Bobo on Jul 10, 2014   5 out of 5

Very nice looking knife, easy to open with one hand. Has a nice edge on it...little bit of sharpening gets it razor sharp. It's a little bigger than it looks in the picture...I wish it came with a sheath (it's just a tad to big for my pants pocket). I bought it on a whim because it was on sale...i'm extremely pleased with this knife. Showed it to a fishing buddy who thought it was a $50-$60 knife. Excellent deal from Budk.

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