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Orvis-Exclusive Stag Peanut Case Knife

Proudly made in Bradford, Pennsylvania since 1889, W.R. Case knives are finely crafted by hand and built to last. This Orvis-exclusive Case knife is emblazoned with an Orvis bowtie shield, highlighting the partnership between these two like-minded brands, and comes packaged in an Orvis gift tin. The Stag Peanut Knife features a mirror-polished surgical steel clip blade, scissors, and nickel silver bolsters. Closed length: 2¾". Blade length: 2". Scissors are 1⅞". Made in USA.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Orvis-Exclusive Stag Peanut Case Knife
Review 1 for Orvis-Exclusive Stag Peanut Case Knife
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Item that is used every day,
October 13, 2014
By: Jack22222
from Florida
"I always have between 1 and 3 pocket knives on me. On a few occasions I've needed to cut something where a small pair of scissors is better (safer) than a knife blade. This small Case knife with scissors is just the ticket. Also, being a very small knife with the bail I can carry it on my keychain. So even if I forget a "normal" pocket knife I will have this one with me. About the knife. It's a beautiful little guy and sturdy enough to handle any job you would use a small knife for. It seems Case only made a few of this model and Orvis got some and they have "ORVIS" on the handle shield instead of "Case". This is fine with me and also was the price for the knife."
Review 2 for Orvis-Exclusive Stag Peanut Case Knife
Overall Rating: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Great Pocket Knife,
October 10, 2014
By: jdraptor
from State College, PA
"I was looking for a easy carry pocket knife with sissors. This one fits the bill. It is well made and just the right size for every day carry. Have not had the chance to use it yet, but like the looks and the function."