Case Knives: Chee­tah Gi­raffe Bone

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No one can dis­count the re­spect that Case Knives has earned over the years in re­gard to tra­di­tional knives, that also prove their worth in the field. One of their new­est de­signs is con­tin­u­ing to hold the torch for the Brad­ford, Penn­syl­va­nia knife­maker, as they've once again de­signed a sleek and time­less pock­etknife that any­one of any age can ap­pre­ci­ate.

With a closed length of about 4.5 inches, the sin­gle-bladed Chee­tah fits nicely into any pocket and is ra­zor sharp out of the box, as all Case knives typ­i­cally are. The pol­ished stain­less steel blade and bol­sters blend flaw­lessly with the glossy gi­raffe bone scales, held into place by brass pins. When the knife is open, you'll no­tice a hand­some and func­tional swing guard that slides into place dur­ing the blade de­ploy­ment. Us­ing the Chee­tah as an EDC was a plea­sure—cut­ting rope, whit­tling, and even aid­ing in some leather­work when I couldn't lo­cate a ra­zor blade. Case has built the per­fect blend of class, and us­abil­ity with the Chee­tah, which in­cludes a vel­vet case that will aid in pre­serv­ing it for gen­er­a­tions to come.

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