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Rough Rider Small Stockman

18+
£12.95
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Rough Rider Stockman - Light root wood handles without inlay shield and nickel silver bolsters. Features 3 x 440 stainless steel blades - 1 x 6.2cm clip-point, 1 x 4.5cm sheepsfoot, 1 x 4.3cm spey.
SKU:
RR261
GTIN
Brand:
Rough Rider
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
6.2000
Overall Length:
14.5000
Blade Material:
440 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.15
Cutting Edge:
5.2
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
8.2000
Pocket Clip:
No
Youtube Link:
AsQHHPW75Ng
Handle Material:
Wood
Handle Colour:
Brown
Blade Colour:
Satin
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Clip Point
Blade Finish:
Polished
Product Weight:
41g
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Handle Detail:
Light Root Wood
Newest:
2014-06-27 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
12.9500
GTIN:
00000934102610

Description


Rough Rider Stockman - Light root wood handles without inlay shield and nickel silver bolsters. Features 3 x 440 stainless steel blades - 1 x 6.2cm clip-point, 1 x 4.5cm sheepsfoot, 1 x 4.3cm spey.

Specification


SKU:
RR261
Brand:
Rough Rider
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
6.2000
Overall Length:
14.5000
Blade Material:
440 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.15
Cutting Edge:
5.2
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
8.2000
Pocket Clip:
No
Youtube Link:
AsQHHPW75Ng
Handle Material:
Wood
Handle Colour:
Brown
Blade Colour:
Satin
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Clip Point
Blade Finish:
Polished
Product Weight:
41g
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Handle Detail:
Light Root Wood
Newest:
2014-06-27 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
12.9500
GTIN:
00000934102610

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Reviews


  • 5
    Nice !

    Posted by Jan on 1st Aug 2020

    Pretty good overall. Have nothing bad to say really. It is that good. Minor nitpick, the scales are mismatched. But on the flip side the knife looks unique from each side as both pieces of wood look georgeous.

  • 5
    Lovely Pocket Knife

    Posted by David on 16th Nov 2019

    A lovely item with just the right appearance to be an inoffensive EDC pocket knife. Out of the box, the blades were not particularly sharp - a utility edge certainly but not better - however 1/2 an hour's work on my Spiderco Tri-angle gave them a good edge. The wood handles have the uniqueness that only real wood can give and a couple of applications of a wax balsam has produced a beautiful finish with an amazing iridescent effect.

  • 5
    Nice !

    Posted by Huggybear on 30th Apr 2019

    Looks great out of the box , the wood scales are VERY nice . All three blades paper cutting sharp .Am very pleased with this knife ,in these days of knife phobia this one is ideal for EDC .I don,t know how they do it for the price BUT am glad they do ! .Another favourite ...

  • 4
    Hmmmm

    Posted by Drew on 14th Jan 2019

    At first opening of the box I was a little shocked at the size but then again it is a mini , the look and feel are impressive for the price and the blade sizes are impressive also , on taking a closer look I was surprised to see the lambsfoot blade has been beveled on the wrong side (the same side as the opposing blade ) to overcome the blades hitting each other when they close the blade has just been bent to the left dad to see really as apart from this it's a cracking little knife and useful too , and a massive thanks to the guys at HH as the service once again was amazing....cheers guys .

  • 5
    Lovely small pocket knife

    Posted by Stevo on 7th Jan 2017

    The pictures really don't do this justice. The root wood has intricate swirls and ripples, with a tactile satin finish. A small sheep foot blade is more versatile than it may seem. And the main blade is a good size for apples, cutting a sandwich, and so on. The light weight means it is not a burden, takes up little room, but easily copes with just about any light task a pocket knife would be expected to do.

    Blade rub is common with patterns like a Stockman, where two blades share opposite ends of the same layer. Same with Congress pattern pocket knives. It's the performance that counts. This one delivers.

  • 5
    Good out of the box, great with some work.

    Posted by Leigh on 22nd Sep 2016

    Out of the box and at under ten quid its a bargain. However, me not satisfied so:
    I reprofiled the edges from the standard twenty degree edge down to somewhere around seventeen degrees, took the scales off and reglued them with a smidgen of Gorilla Glue then lightly varnished the handles. Now I am happy.

  • 5
    Another great one

    Posted by Garry on 13th Jul 2016

    The root wood scales are very attractive and look better after a coat of oil or wax.
    Lovely little well finished knife and pocket friendly.
    Another winner from RR.

  • 5
    Proper gentleman's small pocket knife

    Posted by Steve W on 27th Apr 2016

    This is my second RR in as many weeks I have added to my EDC pocket knife collection.

    I love the traditional look of the wooden handles - very elegant.

    I don't have huge hands but its more of a usable size than the peanut model. Probably would get something larger for heavy duty work though.

    Nice to have the 3 blades styles however I'm unclear which is best for what situation yet. I currently use a larger Sheffield lambfoot as it good for food. I turn the blade upside down for butter.

    For the money I'm giving it five stars, even though its got a couple of minor quality issues. One backspring sticks up a little in the closed position and the blades sometimes scratch against each other.

    Blades out of the box were not razor sharp but a tickle with the Lansky turn box improved things greatly.

    Looking forward to receiving a couple of other RR's in the post in the next couple of days. At their low cost and good quality you can afford to collect a few an decide which you like best. If you can't decide like me just rotate!

  • 5
    bootiful !

    Posted by cjr on 8th Jan 2016

    A little beauty, and practical too.