CASE XX Copperlock Winterbottom Ginger Ale Lockback Knife in for review

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Stay steel tuned to this knife blog for the next few months as I put this CASE Copperlock Winterbottom Ginger Ale lockback knife through a battery of knife tests to provide a final Steel Sahlute Review Score!

Just in case you don’t know, as I would have knever known this 2 years ago, this is how the description of this knife is translated:

Copperlock – The word “lock” in this description refers to it being a “locking” or lockback knife.  The “copper” portion refers to the bolster that looks kind of like the head of a copperhead snake.  Thus Case uses their term: copperlock. The knife is a lockback by the way.

Winterbottom – the ling line jigging pattern on the bone handles.  This particular patern is frequently seen on older Queen Knives.

Ginger Ale – The bone handles are dyed in the color that case refers to a Ginger Ale.

So, just in case you didn’t know……


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