Snap-On Stockman Three-Blade Pocket Knife

Snap-On  Stockman Pocket Knife Model 5210

Snap-On Tools’ has Stockman knife with a genuine stag handle with dual brass liners for quality corrosion resistance.

This knife reminds me of my grandfathers pocket knife that he gave me and I have long since lost.

This knife is all hand assembled and finished and look it!

The handle of the 5210 is genuine Stag.  A Stag handle is a well known traditional knife handle.  It is made from Stag antler and is unique, beautiful and strong.  Stag antler is known for its deep gnarly appearance and provides a good grip on the tool.

The stockman 5210 has three convenient blade sizes;

1.   2.5″ clip point,

A clip point blade is one of the most popular knife blades.  It is designed with a thinner and sharp tip.  It is a point that is designed to puncture, slice and chop.

2.  1.375″ sheep foot, 

A sheep foot blade has a blunt tip and is useful in cutting clothing, seat belts or anything where you do not want the tip to damage or hut.

3.  1.375″ drop point .

The drop point blade has a convex curve back towards the point.  similar to a clip point this blade has a stronger point and is less suitable for piercing applications.

The Stockman 5210 uses 440 stainless steel for the blades and is truly an exceptional piece of art and a good quality and reliable pocket knife!

I have mine in my front pocket now, just like I did 20 years ago ~ this time I won’t lose it!!!

The Stockman 5210 sells for $ 24.99 online here: Snap-5210-Medium-Stockman-Three-Blade

these knives can be viewed at knifecenter.com

 

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