• CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
  • CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
  • CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
  • CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
  • CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches

CASE XX WR Pocket Knife Chestnut Smooth Bone Mini Copperlock Item #28704 - (61749L SS) - Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches

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  • Blades: Stainless Steel Locking Clip
  • Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
  • Great everyday pocket knife for projects around the house, the outdoors, and hunting
  • Made In Bradford, PA. USA
  • Manufacture's Limited Lifetime Warranty

Customer Reviews

Beautifully made (in America) knife! I realized there are several times a day when I could use a sharp blade for opening things, cutting and trimming, etc. I decided it was time I got a proper pocket knife. The market seems to be flooded with some really cool-looking, but cheaply made knives (you'll find a selection of these at most hardware stores near the counter). I'm all about spending a little more for quality products made in America. A quick search lead me to Case knives. This is a brand with lots of history; est. 1889 in Bradford, PA. Case is a brand with a great reputation for turning out quality products for nearly 120 years. These knives are iconic in design and craftsmanship. I received my Case Amber Bone Mini Copperlock knife yesterday and absolutely love it! I inspected the knife very thoroughly and am happy to say it is extremely well made. It is absolutely flawless and beautiful. The blade locks smoothly and firmly. The locking mechanism is very sturdy. Every grind on the knife's components and blade was artfully done. It arrived very sharp, but I couldn't resist giving it a few licks on my sharpening steel. The blade responded well and is now extremely sharp. A couple drops of good quality light oil and this thing is ready to carry. It is a very nice size for EDC in a pants pocket. In fact, I find that it fits perfectly in that little 5th coin pocket on most jeans. I couldn't be happier with this knife. I could see this one being handed down for generations. If you're looking for a beautifully made, compact EDC pocket knife, THIS IS IT! :-) 5Case knives are very nice. Lost my 34 year old Case knife. Bummer. Have only bought Case in the past. Wanted USA made. Got a Buck 55 ($60) and a Buck 505($45). Neither have a high quality finish appearance and both have a rubbing when opening. Both would be nice little knives with better manufacturing. Ordered a Case Smooth Chestnut Bone Mini Copperlock knife ($60). Awesome!. Beautiful finish. Opens and closes smoothly. Absolutely no comparison in quality.. Will stick with Case knives. All three needed more sharpening as expected. 5Awesome knife! Awesome knife!.... it holds an edge and I like the Coppperlock. The locking mechanism works spectacularly and only has one draw back, you need to clean it, if you butcher then after you are done wash is because you can get fat and sinew built up in the locking action. The blade is Chrome Vanadium CV, the same steel that made Case famous in our fathers generation. We all know those old guys still looking for the double X on the blade, but Case marks everything that way today and the double X is not not what it used to mean. The Majority of Case knifes today are Stainless Steel, which is good steel, but... but yeah not not the hardest, springiest and least brittle, or sharpest steel that can be made. Yet,this blade is the original Case Steel and what Case used to be. Chrome Vanadium CV is shiny and hardly rusts.... if you buy a case knife, then buy one that says CV. Trust me, Chrome Vanadium doesn't hardly tarnish if you take care of it, you sharpen less often, and it cuts better..... As far as the copperlock configuration goes, the style of Case knife you choose is subjective.... and really whatever it is you prefer. Im a cattleman and like the shape of this blade, it also works for hunting too and a couple of my friends during elk season permanently borrowed this knife from me and I had to get another. .... my father is a sheepherder 60+ years and is a schrade old timer man.... but he is cheap.... and even he admits he buys those knives because they are cheap. ... yeah... I'm different, I like a good knife, this coopperlock mini of CV steel is the knife I use for work. 5The locking mechanism feels very sturdy and locks in place with a solid click Received the knife yesterday and right out of the box I can see its very high quality. The finish is smooth - I cannot feel any edges from the metal end bolsters across to the bone handle, even at the corners. Nor can I feel the rivets holding the bone handles on. The locking mechanism feels very sturdy and locks in place with a solid click. I have owned a few pocket knives in the past but the last few I purchased did not seem to last or I was not completely satisfied with them. These included Kershaw, Gerber, Smith & Wesson and Buck. Quality built this knife blows the rest clean out the water.The reason I did not give this knife 5 stars is because of the blade. It just feels thin, I would have like it to have more of a backbone and thicker. Although I have to say the entire folded knife is indeed pretty thin which makes it a great and unobtrusive fit in the pocket, I would prefer just a touch more heft especially to the blade. But I would not let that stop me from buying another. Just based on the quality that I see and feel with this knife, Case has me as a solid customer. If I ever need to purchase another knife, it will be a Case. 4part of a great pocket knife tradition This is a great little brother to the much larger, full-size Case Copperlock. Did I mention that this Mini Copperlock is considerably smaller than the full size model? Both sizes are identical in overall design and build quality (I now own both, although in different handle colors). The full size version is a real hand-full, in that it has a much longer and slightly wider handle, longer and wider blade and I use it a lot as a folding kitchen knife because the full size model is a bit large for an everyday pocket knife, in my opinion. I guess the full size would be a good everyday carry knife if you worked with livestock or needed to occasionally prune fruit trees or cut open bags of cement during the course of your workday. If you have an office job and want a much less obtrusive knife, the Mini is probably more your choice. The Mini is more of your everyday box tape cutter, orange peeler, apple slicer blade. Just the thing for cutting adverts or coupons out of print publications or punching thru those pesky tinfoil seals on a variety of food packaging.This is not to suggest that the Mini is poorly made or inferior in quality. Nope, it's a first-rate knife. Nor is it so small as to be useless or overly limited in its applications. I really like the Mini, and will almost certainly carry it with me much more often than I would the full size model. It's a great knife born of a long (Case) tradition, and I'd be proud to take it out of my pants pocket anywhere (except at the airport, of course). 5Another fine knife from Case... This is my second Case knife. Unlike my first, the Mini-CopperLock, this knife had a factory defect. Upon unboxing I noticed the Case emblem was not seated properly in the bone handle. Also there was a substantial amount of red enamel paint visible on the bottom and left edges of the emblem. I would guess that some paint spilled over on the edges and dried before the emblem was fitted to the handle. I carried the knife very carefully for the next several days and sure enough the emblem fell out. The emblem itself was not damaged. I carefully removed the excess paint, and loosened the dried epoxy from the oval cutout in the handle. I then test fitted the emblem in the cutout. It was now a perfect fit. The emblem sat flush inside the bone handle as it should have. A few drops of Loctite super glue gel and the repair was complete. My new CopperLock is now the work art it was intended to be. I'm surprised this got past Case's QC people, but I suppose it can happen. 4Lovely little knife - few imperfections out of the box Ok knife. The blade sits dead center in the well of the knife. The dark red dye job on this knife is beautiful. It is rich and thick, and tapers off just enough towards the well that you notice a slightly different color. The walk and talk of the knife is wonderful. The blade action is smooth and crisp. The sound the knife makes when it locks reminds me of a bear trap, yet great force is not needed to close or open the blade. I wager you can even do it one handed. There is no blade play at all, it is solid. it uses CV steel, the edge will be dangerous. At the same time, I would feel comfortable bringing this knife out in public with a coworker.Great knife overall, the only downside, when I received the knife, there were scratches on the hilt and blade as well as a few other imperfections... 4USA Quality Made! This knife is a 100% USA made high quality knife. The Bermuda green color bone handles on this knife are beautiful to see. (A green & blue color mixed in with a touch of black accent),about 3.5 inches long folded, about 6 5/8" long locked open by around 5/16" thickness,(which make for a slim locking pocket knife.) An all stainless steel Case XX knife blade; length of around 2 5/8"! Mine came razor sharp. Limited lifetime warranty & almost too pretty to use.PS: No blade wobble or imperfections at all. Highly recommended! 5Done with Case Knives This will be the last Case knife I purchase. The knife blade had a horrible edge that was rough and uneven. The tip of the blade was rounded over. I had to spend the better part of an hour working on the blade's edge before it was acceptable. I purchased the knife as a graduation gift and would have felt terrible if I had given it with the factory blade as it was delivered. I've seen better quality edges on $1 knives in the bins at truck stops. 2Great little knife for everyday use!! I'm not a serious "knife-guy," but I've always appreciated a good pocketknife. And I ALWAYS carry one with me, typically a Swiss Army knife of some sort. I'll probably still do that, but now....this one will be added in there too! Got this thing a few days ago. It's a tad smaller than what I normally like, however the blade is still a very nice size. And it fits in that little "change" pocket on jeans like a charm! The Bermuda Green bone handle looks very cool, and I'm no expert but it appears to be well-made. No gaps in the seams or anything like that. The blade opens and closes smoothly, and I love that the blade locks. I always prefer a locking blade for safety reasons.Anyhow, I'm pretty happy with this knife. I also like the fact that it's made in Bradford, PA - my home state. We need more things made in the USA instead of China! So I'm happy to support companies that make products here. In summary, well-built, nice looking knife, very sharp blade, and a great size for everyday carry if you want something unobtrusive. 5
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Description
  • Blades: Stainless Steel Locking Clip
  • Length Closed: 3 5/8 Inches
  • Great everyday pocket knife for projects around the house, the outdoors, and hunting
  • Made In Bradford, PA. USA
  • Manufacture's Limited Lifetime Warranty
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Beautifully made (in America) knife! I realized there are several times a day when I could use a sharp blade for opening things, cutting and trimming, etc. I decided it was time I got a proper pocket knife. The market seems to be flooded with some really cool-looking, but cheaply made knives (you'll find a selection of these at most hardware stores near the counter). I'm all about spending a little more for quality products made in America. A quick search lead me to Case knives. This is a brand with lots of history; est. 1889 in Bradford, PA. Case is a brand with a great reputation for turning out quality products for nearly 120 years. These knives are iconic in design and craftsmanship. I received my Case Amber Bone Mini Copperlock knife yesterday and absolutely love it! I inspected the knife very thoroughly and am happy to say it is extremely well made. It is absolutely flawless and beautiful. The blade locks smoothly and firmly. The locking mechanism is very sturdy. Every grind on the knife's components and blade was artfully done. It arrived very sharp, but I couldn't resist giving it a few licks on my sharpening steel. The blade responded well and is now extremely sharp. A couple drops of good quality light oil and this thing is ready to carry. It is a very nice size for EDC in a pants pocket. In fact, I find that it fits perfectly in that little 5th coin pocket on most jeans. I couldn't be happier with this knife. I could see this one being handed down for generations. If you're looking for a beautifully made, compact EDC pocket knife, THIS IS IT! :-) 5Case knives are very nice. Lost my 34 year old Case knife. Bummer. Have only bought Case in the past. Wanted USA made. Got a Buck 55 ($60) and a Buck 505($45). Neither have a high quality finish appearance and both have a rubbing when opening. Both would be nice little knives with better manufacturing. Ordered a Case Smooth Chestnut Bone Mini Copperlock knife ($60). Awesome!. Beautiful finish. Opens and closes smoothly. Absolutely no comparison in quality.. Will stick with Case knives. All three needed more sharpening as expected. 5Awesome knife! Awesome knife!.... it holds an edge and I like the Coppperlock. The locking mechanism works spectacularly and only has one draw back, you need to clean it, if you butcher then after you are done wash is because you can get fat and sinew built up in the locking action. The blade is Chrome Vanadium CV, the same steel that made Case famous in our fathers generation. We all know those old guys still looking for the double X on the blade, but Case marks everything that way today and the double X is not not what it used to mean. The Majority of Case knifes today are Stainless Steel, which is good steel, but... but yeah not not the hardest, springiest and least brittle, or sharpest steel that can be made. Yet,this blade is the original Case Steel and what Case used to be. Chrome Vanadium CV is shiny and hardly rusts.... if you buy a case knife, then buy one that says CV. Trust me, Chrome Vanadium doesn't hardly tarnish if you take care of it, you sharpen less often, and it cuts better..... As far as the copperlock configuration goes, the style of Case knife you choose is subjective.... and really whatever it is you prefer. Im a cattleman and like the shape of this blade, it also works for hunting too and a couple of my friends during elk season permanently borrowed this knife from me and I had to get another. .... my father is a sheepherder 60+ years and is a schrade old timer man.... but he is cheap.... and even he admits he buys those knives because they are cheap. ... yeah... I'm different, I like a good knife, this coopperlock mini of CV steel is the knife I use for work. 5The locking mechanism feels very sturdy and locks in place with a solid click Received the knife yesterday and right out of the box I can see its very high quality. The finish is smooth - I cannot feel any edges from the metal end bolsters across to the bone handle, even at the corners. Nor can I feel the rivets holding the bone handles on. The locking mechanism feels very sturdy and locks in place with a solid click. I have owned a few pocket knives in the past but the last few I purchased did not seem to last or I was not completely satisfied with them. These included Kershaw, Gerber, Smith & Wesson and Buck. Quality built this knife blows the rest clean out the water.The reason I did not give this knife 5 stars is because of the blade. It just feels thin, I would have like it to have more of a backbone and thicker. Although I have to say the entire folded knife is indeed pretty thin which makes it a great and unobtrusive fit in the pocket, I would prefer just a touch more heft especially to the blade. But I would not let that stop me from buying another. Just based on the quality that I see and feel with this knife, Case has me as a solid customer. If I ever need to purchase another knife, it will be a Case. 4part of a great pocket knife tradition This is a great little brother to the much larger, full-size Case Copperlock. Did I mention that this Mini Copperlock is considerably smaller than the full size model? Both sizes are identical in overall design and build quality (I now own both, although in different handle colors). The full size version is a real hand-full, in that it has a much longer and slightly wider handle, longer and wider blade and I use it a lot as a folding kitchen knife because the full size model is a bit large for an everyday pocket knife, in my opinion. I guess the full size would be a good everyday carry knife if you worked with livestock or needed to occasionally prune fruit trees or cut open bags of cement during the course of your workday. If you have an office job and want a much less obtrusive knife, the Mini is probably more your choice. The Mini is more of your everyday box tape cutter, orange peeler, apple slicer blade. Just the thing for cutting adverts or coupons out of print publications or punching thru those pesky tinfoil seals on a variety of food packaging.This is not to suggest that the Mini is poorly made or inferior in quality. Nope, it's a first-rate knife. Nor is it so small as to be useless or overly limited in its applications. I really like the Mini, and will almost certainly carry it with me much more often than I would the full size model. It's a great knife born of a long (Case) tradition, and I'd be proud to take it out of my pants pocket anywhere (except at the airport, of course). 5Another fine knife from Case... This is my second Case knife. Unlike my first, the Mini-CopperLock, this knife had a factory defect. Upon unboxing I noticed the Case emblem was not seated properly in the bone handle. Also there was a substantial amount of red enamel paint visible on the bottom and left edges of the emblem. I would guess that some paint spilled over on the edges and dried before the emblem was fitted to the handle. I carried the knife very carefully for the next several days and sure enough the emblem fell out. The emblem itself was not damaged. I carefully removed the excess paint, and loosened the dried epoxy from the oval cutout in the handle. I then test fitted the emblem in the cutout. It was now a perfect fit. The emblem sat flush inside the bone handle as it should have. A few drops of Loctite super glue gel and the repair was complete. My new CopperLock is now the work art it was intended to be. I'm surprised this got past Case's QC people, but I suppose it can happen. 4Lovely little knife - few imperfections out of the box Ok knife. The blade sits dead center in the well of the knife. The dark red dye job on this knife is beautiful. It is rich and thick, and tapers off just enough towards the well that you notice a slightly different color. The walk and talk of the knife is wonderful. The blade action is smooth and crisp. The sound the knife makes when it locks reminds me of a bear trap, yet great force is not needed to close or open the blade. I wager you can even do it one handed. There is no blade play at all, it is solid. it uses CV steel, the edge will be dangerous. At the same time, I would feel comfortable bringing this knife out in public with a coworker.Great knife overall, the only downside, when I received the knife, there were scratches on the hilt and blade as well as a few other imperfections... 4USA Quality Made! This knife is a 100% USA made high quality knife. The Bermuda green color bone handles on this knife are beautiful to see. (A green & blue color mixed in with a touch of black accent),about 3.5 inches long folded, about 6 5/8" long locked open by around 5/16" thickness,(which make for a slim locking pocket knife.) An all stainless steel Case XX knife blade; length of around 2 5/8"! Mine came razor sharp. Limited lifetime warranty & almost too pretty to use.PS: No blade wobble or imperfections at all. Highly recommended! 5Done with Case Knives This will be the last Case knife I purchase. The knife blade had a horrible edge that was rough and uneven. The tip of the blade was rounded over. I had to spend the better part of an hour working on the blade's edge before it was acceptable. I purchased the knife as a graduation gift and would have felt terrible if I had given it with the factory blade as it was delivered. I've seen better quality edges on $1 knives in the bins at truck stops. 2Great little knife for everyday use!! I'm not a serious "knife-guy," but I've always appreciated a good pocketknife. And I ALWAYS carry one with me, typically a Swiss Army knife of some sort. I'll probably still do that, but now....this one will be added in there too! Got this thing a few days ago. It's a tad smaller than what I normally like, however the blade is still a very nice size. And it fits in that little "change" pocket on jeans like a charm! The Bermuda Green bone handle looks very cool, and I'm no expert but it appears to be well-made. No gaps in the seams or anything like that. The blade opens and closes smoothly, and I love that the blade locks. I always prefer a locking blade for safety reasons.Anyhow, I'm pretty happy with this knife. I also like the fact that it's made in Bradford, PA - my home state. We need more things made in the USA instead of China! So I'm happy to support companies that make products here. In summary, well-built, nice looking knife, very sharp blade, and a great size for everyday carry if you want something unobtrusive. 5
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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