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Item#: 115128
* Fine Polished Stabilized Reclaimed American Wormy Chestnut Wood Handles (from Kentucky)
* High Polished Solid Extra-Wide 18% Nickel Silver Bolsters
* Flat Ground, Finely Fit 14-4 CrMo 3¼” Slim Stainless Steel Blade
* Hand Polished on the Mark Side and Satin Finished on the Pile Side
* Ultra Slim Polished Stainless Steel Liner and Spring
* Limited edition Collectible Pocket Knife with engraved serial number and Canal Street shield ( have #109)

Frankly, I'm quite impressed with this pocket knife. I mean………….dang nab it bro, this is one slick slicing steel slip-joint knife. Hmmmmmmm…..

First off it's made in the USA.  Mega steel respect!
It's got wood handles.  L-O-V-E some wood!
Speaking of wood, I cut wood and didn't have to re-sharpen.
WOW, I could go on and on.  Maybe I should start with a perfect score of 10 STEEL SAHLUTES and count backwards in decimal points.

Ok. Here we go.

Minus .01 – It doesn't have a pocket clip.  My favorite knives I like to access easily and digging into the bottom of my pocket or unsnapping my sheath makes me pause about using it and consider my pocket clip Kershaw Baby Boa instead. 

Minus .02 – It's a little small. I don't know the smallness doesn't seem to make it a knife I'd select for cutting anything more than what's been illustrated in this review.  Obviously this knife isn't meant for an outdoor survival expedition, but we're in search of the perfect knife.

That's it.  I can't deduct anymore decimal points leaving us with a score of……


My hat's off to Canal Street Cutlery.
American Steel Spirt Steel Sahlute to Canal Street Cutlery Company.
Craftsmanship in production that delivers like custom!

Scott Rauber

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