I believe they are a Union shop too.Cutco.
I've been using this for years. Great knife. Great warranty. Send it in for sharpening, if you want. Absolutely the best knife I have ever used
So funny that you reccomend cutco, I use to sell cutco, for vector marketing after my freshman year in college. You can make a lot of money but you have to start off selling to family and friends.Cutco for sure, I never had a knife that stays so sharp for so long, then just send it in and they sharpen for free.
Made in Olean NY about an hour from home. Take Jamie's advice you won't be sorry.
The blade is very thin, which makes it unusable for certain tasks.My favorite huntin/camp/skinning knives are Mora’s. Cheap, tough, razor sharp out of the box, easy to sharpen and maintain, and did I mention CHEAP. Mora knives are pretty awesome.
Have you used Mora’s? Or knives with Skandi grinds? They’re very tough. Skinning and quartering a deer isn’t difficult or hard on a knife. I’ve done it with a Case trapper knife. I’ve used Mora knives for all kinds of chores. I can’t think of any task in hunting or camping that a Mora can’t do.The blade is very thin, which makes it unusable for certain tasks.
But o.k. otherwise, especially for the money.