W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company is an American manufacturer of American traditional pocket knives, also sports knives, kitchen knives, commemorative and collectibles. The company originated in Little Valley, New York, in the early 1900s, before moving to its current home, Bradford, Pennsylvania, in 1905. The company's namesake, William Russell Case, first made knives with his brothers under the Case's name. Brothers Cutlery Company. His son, John Russell (Russ) Case, worked as a salesman for his father's company before founding W.R. Case & Sons.
The American brand offers a wide catalog, from designs that domesticated the American nature to others that landed on the moon, such as the special knife that was part of a special NASA mission on the Molly Brown flight in 1965, and defended the freedom of the United States with military knives like the M3 or the V-42 dagger, your knives have earned their place in some of the defining moments in your country's history.
Their knives are made from blades generally stamped from a chrome vanadium steel or stainless steel alloy, and hardened using proprietary heat treatment methods. The handles or scales of their knives are made of a variety of materials, from the most common synthetic materials, to natural materials such as bone, deer, buffalo horn, antique mammoth ivory, mother of pearl, exotic hardwoods and precious stones in the pieces. more luxurious. These are reinforced with metals such as brass and nickel silver that are used to make the other components and give them adequate stability. Because they are carefully crafted from the finest materials and twice tested for durability and fine-tuning, Case knives are not only passed down from generation to generation, but have found their way into the hands of famous admirers and avid collectors from all over the world. world, even presidents of the United States. Many are those who collect Case knives as a hobby, hobby or hobby, their Collectors Club today is made up of more than 18,000 members.
Case's list of knife patterns has remained fairly consistent throughout its history, although several new Case designs have been patented in recent years. Some of these include: Hobo, SlimLock, Trapper, Tiny Trapper, Baby Doc, Tribal-Lock, CopperLock, RussLock, Baby Butterbean, Cheetah, Cheetah Cub, Hobo, Sod Buster, Mako, Mini-Blackhorn, and XX-Changer.