Knife Patterns are what different styles of knives are labeled or called. Folding knives, pocket or slipjoint knives are part of one of the below groups or knife pattern.
Jack Knives for sale
The following are many of the Jack Knife patterns: Lockback, Liner-Lock, Trapper, Folding Hunter, Physician, Melon Tester, Peanut, Swell-End, Canoes, Easy-Openers, Fishtail, Sunfish, Electrician, Pruning, Cotton Sampler, Budding, Grafting, Florist, Sailor’s Rope, Rigging, Barlow, Fish, Muskrat, Clasp, Moose, Silver Fruit, Gunstock, Toothpicks, Tactical.
Multi-Blade Knives for
The following are many of the Multi-Blade Knife patterns: Stockman, Utility, Boy Scout, Girl Scout, Horseman, Sportsman, Champagne, Bottle Opener, Smoker, U.S. Military, Cattle, Plier and Wrench (Multi-Tool), Tool Kit, Swiss Army.
Pen Knives for
The following are a few of the Pen Knife patterns: Congress, Whittler, Office, Senator, Sleeveboard, Gunstock, Wharncliffe, Tobacco, Crown, Serpentine, Lobster, Quill, Watch Fob.
Figural, Character & Miniature Knives for sale
Slipjoint knives or
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