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Extremely practical and a joy to use, the Stockman also comes in a large array of colors and materials.
The Copperhead is a jack-knife like the Trapper with a master clip blade and secondary pen blade.
The Stockman is another popular Case design originally targeted towards ranchers and include three blades – a clip blade accompanied typically by a spey and sheepfoot blade.In addition, many Case knives use premium ATS-34, 154CM and even BG-42 steels.They use a wide variety of handle material including cattle bone, buffalo horn, mother-of-pearl and even precious stones.The team later began producing and selling knives to the military with the advent of World War I where their brand really began to take off.In more recent times Case was bought out by the Zippo Manufacturing Company (who make the popular Zippo lighters) who are also based in Bradford, PA.
What’s unique about Case knives is that they stamp each blade with a special tang marking that can be used to identify the knife and production date.