Are Case knives made in USA?

Case remains committed to crafting our knives in the United States. The majority of our knives are made in Bradford, PA, where Case has been manufacturing cutlery for well over a century. The Case blade tang dating system allows you to identify your knife with a year or era in which the knife was manufactured.

Similarly, you may ask, are all Buck Knives Made in USA?

Buck General Knives is proudly made in the USA. Buck Open Season Knife Series: This Buck series is specially designed to cater hunters as these fixed blade knives offer skinning, boning, and caper blades. These blades have 420HC stainless steel construction.

Beside above, does case still make knives?

Yes. Case is still made here in the US. What has changed is that, while most — or even all — of their knives used to be made of CV steel, the bulk of them are now stainless.

Is Buck a good knife brand?

Buck Knives is brand that Americans have come to respect and count on for high-quality products. These knives are more than just pretty handles with sharp blades. In fact, the Buck Knives company is so certain of the quality and craftsmanship of their knives that they offer an unlimited lifetime warranty.

What do the X’s on a case knife mean?

Those X’s (or dots) under (and above) the tang stamp are a dating system. You subtract the number of X’s and dots from the last year of the decade to get the year. For example, if you bought your knife in 2009 and it has only one X, 2010-1X = knife produced in 2009.