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No. 20 Spitfire Knife
Rugged, modern styling combined with a solid bone handle makes this folding hunter knife a real standout. Opens and closes easily with one hand. Stainless steel locking blade and clip. Nickel silver bolsters. Folding hunter knife in foxfire. 3½"L closed. Made in USA.
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Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
2 of 3(67%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for No. 20 Spitfire Knife
Review 1 for No. 20 Spitfire Knife
April 7, 2014
from Blairsville, GA
"When I recieved the knife the blade was not sharp. I have butter knives sharper. My grandfather said you could not sharpen a new knife and I have to agree with this. I have bought other Orvis knives and they were sharp upon arrival. I have spent 1/2 a day trying to sharpen this knife and I have finally got it to a place where it should have been upon arrival. I am deeply disapointed. Workmanship however is top notch. Unfortunately what can you do with a dull knife? It is good I am retired."
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Review 2 for No. 20 Spitfire Knife
Very nice gift,
January 2, 2012
"My husband and I adopted a family for Christmas, so we limited each other to one gift. He loves his pocket knife. He's not a man of many words but when I asked him what he liked about the knife he replied, "Very versatile, easy to use, easthetically pleasing. What's not to like?" I bought this knife because of the quality of the product and the blade which is partially serrated."
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Review 3 for No. 20 Spitfire Knife
July 3, 2010
from Miami, FL
"I received this knife as a gift a while back. I was immediately impressed with the weight and construction. Unfortunately, the locking mechanism did not work properly. One call to customer service and it was immediately replaced. I haven't had an issue with the replacement knife in the six months I have had it. I carry it in my pocket every day and use it fairly often. The blade opens with little effort and holds an edge well. I believe that the lock on the first knife was an anomaly and that issue is why I ranked it 4 stars overall. This may be a little expensive for a pocket knife but, I think it is worth the price."