Camphor Burl Knife

Camphor Burl Knife
Hollow-ground stainless blade with liner lock
Handsome Italian design
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45T02.08 Camphor Burl Knife

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Drop-Point Pocket Knife features Burmese Camphor Burl scales, a beautiful exotic hardwood that is new to us. The handle is shaped with a generous forefinger groove for extra control. A perfect size for a workman's knife with a 3" blade, steel liner lock and easy one hand open and close. It feels wonderful in the hand and we like it a lot. We think you will, too. 7" open, 4" folded.

The Camphor Burl Knife is one of three Italian-sourced pocket knives we have added to our selection, along with the Italian Boatman's Knife and Faux Pearl Razor Knife. Each has something unique, and all are handsome and reasonably priced.
Steel - Stainless steel Aisi420
Hardness - 50 HRC
Blade Thickness - .111"
Black Length - 3.15"
Overall Length - 7.09"
Weight - 105 grams

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  • Excellent Pocket Knife

    Bob Lowe, 7/19/2015 I use this knife all around the house and doing yard work. It's very well made, holds an edge well, just the right size. I love it!
  • Great Knife

    Mike M., 3/30/2015 Love this knife, the burl handles make it a show piece, the great blade makes it my everyday knife. It is a little big to carry in your pocket but that wasn't what I bought it for anyway.
  • Beautiful Knife; Problematic Execution

    Eric, 3/18/2015 The camphor burl scales are beautiful and the factory edge is good. However, the thumb-stud was loose and I had to peen it, with a drop of Blue Threadlocker coating the pin. The lock-up mechanism is not reliable; if you don't flick the blade out with enough force, it can be closed without unlatching the liner lock.
  • 5 For Form, 4 For Function

    Gregory Meier, 6/15/2014
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