Case Backpocket TB61546 CV Chestnut Bone Pocket Knife Review

Steel Sahlute fellow knife lovers!  And a special hello to my new knife friend in North Carolina, Devon. 

Watch the video and see what a magnificent cutting tool this is.  


Details –
Made in America
Lanyard Hole
4.5” closed
8” open (Overall Length)
Chrome Vanadium Steel Blade
Chestnut Bone Handles
TB51546 CV
Item No 07381

The Triple F- Fit, Finish & Functionality 9.5
As stated in the video, this knife is uptight and outta sight.  There are no malfunctions in the qway the knife is assembled, however the knife seems to be built to be a lockback knife. 
Just by the shape and size it feels like it should be so.
The jigged chestnut bone handles are simply beautiful.
The lanyard hole was a perfect thought by Case.
It’s a little slim and even though the length fits my hand knicely, it’s lacking a little girth if you will. 

The sharpness is epic.  Did you see the way it cut that worn, rough leather sheath to shreds?  And then it cut paper like it was just pulled from the box.  Yeah……………….  Money!

Accessibility – 8.5
This knife is too large to tote around in your front or back pocket in my opinion.  It’s just a little oversized.  I added a lanyard to allow for faster accessibility, but adding that and needing two hands to open takes away from the ease of access, which I am in hot pursuit of.

Collectability – 9.5
The Case Backpocket is produced in limited colors, unlike other Case knives where one style may come in a dozen or more colors I believe this knife is available in only three colors, and only two of those come with the lanyard hole,  possibly making this pocket knife more desirable.

Overall this knife scored ……………………

9.0 Steel Sahlutes!!

Thanks again to the people who commit their time and energy to make such fine American made knives. 

I thank the people at Case Cutlery ( ) for allowing me to review this knife!


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