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Case Knives BSA Peanut Caramel Bone Handle

Pocket Knife Review

Posted by Ken

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Case Knives BSA Peanut Caramel BoneCase has certainly created quite a tradition with their lineup of pocketknives dedicated to the Boy Scouts of America. This is yet another knife in the series, but it shouldn't be overlooked just because it's another Peanut. The BSA additions really do make it special.

If you don't look at it closely, though, it does kind of look like an average Peanut knife. It comes with the standard 2 blades: a clip point blade and a pen blade. It only weights about 3 ounces, and measures 3 inches when closed.

But keep looking, and you'll see that the BSA logo is etched on the display side of the clip blade, adding a unique touch.

And you'll see even more unique character when you look at the handle. It's made from genuine polished bone in a caramel color, secured with nickel silver bolsters. The inlay shield is different as well, since it displays the Boy Scouts of America insignia instead of the standard W. R. Case & Sons logo.

The knife arrives in a collectible BSA gift box too, making it a wonderful gift idea to consider for your son's new Scout membership, or for your entire troop for that matter. You might need the model number for reference, so here it is: 6220SS.

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