Bear and Son Cutlery Announces New Cowhand Knives
By Press Release | Apr 28, 2014
Compact but durable, Bear & Son Cutlery’s three new Cowhand folding knives provide smooth one-hand opening and positive locking action.
Just 3-3/4” closed, these lockbacks have a 2-7/8” taper-ground modified spear-point blade made of rust-resistant 440 high carbon stainless steel that holds an edge. Locked open, they are 6-5/8” long.
The Cowhands weigh only 1.4 ounces, so they are easy to carry, either in your pocket or on your belt with a metal clip to anchor it in place. Bolsters are nickel silver and there is a choice of handle materials – Rosewood, Genuine India Stag Bone or Blue G10 in Bear’s new Blue Jean Series.
All are made in the USA, as are all Bear & Son knives, and are backed by Bear’s respected Lifetime Warranty. For more about the full line of Bear & Son knives, visit their website.
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Top to bottom: Cowhand knives in Rosewood, Genuine India Stag Bone and Blue G10.
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