The Spear blade features a symmetrical shape with a stronger blade tip for piercing. This heavy-duty blade is a favorite with farmers and anyone else with some tough cuts to make.
The Pen blade shape was originally designed to cut and sharpen turkey quills for use as ink pens. Today, it still makes a great blade for light-duty work.
Pattern Stamp:6.52130 SS
Handle Material:6.5 Bonestag
Blade Type:Spear, Pen
Blade Length(s):2.61 in, 1.98 in
Lock Type:Non-Locking (Slip Joint)
Blade Material:Tru-Sharp™ Stainless
Closed Length:3.75 in
Made to look beautifully worn, this genuine bone handle’s honey and amber tones are accented with special jigging – and hand-ﬂamed – to look and feel like authentic stag antler. Secondary "6.5" blade tang stampings remind you these knives are extra special. Borne from an 18th century jack knife, the Case Gunstock (’130 pattern) measures 3 ¾”, weighs 3.3 oz, and features a master Spear blade with a long French nail mark and a secondary Pen blade. Its most prominent feature is its handle shape, which profiles a straight line across the top from its swelled center to the end to create a look resembling the stock found on a traditional shotgun or rifle. Case has offered several different patterns in its history, but two were the most prominent; a small pattern (’15 pattern, which measured 2 7/8” when closed) and this larger version, which was first introduced in the 2004 Case product guide and made very sparingly throughout subsequent years. Its history has made the ‘130 pattern a rare find in today’s market, but Case has solidified its future with this reintroduction. Comes conveniently packaged in a box. Made in Bradford, PA, USA from domestic and imported materials.
- Mirror-Polished Tru-Sharp™ surgical steel blades
- Spear and Pen blades
- Jigged 6.5 Bonestag handle; Case Oval Script shield
- Length: 3.75 inches closed and 3.3 ounces
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
Note: Because we use hand-crafting and natural materials your knife may not look exactly as depicted.
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