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Old Hickory Paring Knife, QN-7533

Old Hickory Paring Knife, QN-7533
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$8.97 Reg. Price $13.20  
Old Hickory Paring Knife, 3 1/4" carbon steel clip point blade and hardwood handle, 6 7/8" overall. Made in the USA.
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Old Hickory Knives: Old Hickory Paring Knife, QN-7533


The illustrated Old Hickory Knife is the Old Hickory Paring Knife that features a 3 1/4" clip point blade made of carbon steel. This Paring Knife has full tang construction with brass riveted hardwood handle scales. The Old Hickory Paring Knife with 3 1/4" clip point blade has an overall length of 6 7/8". Made in the USA.

Caution, high carbon steel will rust if not properly cared for. Clean and oil after use, and keep out of the dishwasher.

Old Hickory Knives: Old Hickory Paring Knife, QN-7533

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BRANDOld Hickory
PRODUCT TYPEKitchen Knives
OVERALL LENGTH6.875"
BLADE LENGTH3.25"
KITCHEN TYPEParing Knife
ORIGINUSA
STEEL TYPECarbon Steel
Product Field 380002
AVERAGE RATING73.3333333333333
NUMBER OF REVIEWS3
Old Hickory Paring Knife, QN-7533
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Old Hickory Paring Knife, QN-7533
Excellent Paring Knife!
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The Paring Knife arrived quickly. It is just as I remembered them as a child.

The knife arrived with a "rough" edge, but an hour on my Spyderco Triangle "Sharpmaker" remedied that. The US made 1095 carbon steel takes an extremely sharp edge in short order!

I began using the "Old Hickory" knives my parents had back in 1961 (I was but 6 years old). When it "lost it's edge" all dad had to do was to "lay back the edge" with a steel and it was ready to go again.

I buy these knives because they are a great value for the money, hold a great edge and when treated properly, can last a lifetime. I'm waiting for the 7" Butcher Knife and I KNOW that it won't disappoint.

If you immediately wash these knives by hand and dry them after use, they will serve you well. They'll "tarnish" (read: take a "patina" finish). This adds "character" to the knives.

Do yourself a favor. Buy these knives and care for them as directed. Take my word for it, you'll be MORE than satisfied!

Why pay more?

Old Hickory Paring Knife, QN-7533
Great "old school" knives
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The carbon steel that makes the "Old Hickory" knives is older than the 1890's (the year that heralded the close of the American Frontier). 34 years later, the Ontario Knife Company named their old-fashioned carbon steel knives "Old Hickory".

I have put a "shaving sharp" edge on this Paring knife, and the 1095 carbon steel has no difficulty holding it. I have also "forced a patina" (tarnishing) the blade by wrapping it in a paper towel soaked in White Vinegar and wrapping it in aluminum foil for 45 minutes and washing it immediately thereafter. This helps prevent the dreaded red/brown rust from forming.

These knives are a marvelous value for the money and they are better than all of the modern "whiz bang" knives put together.

These are truly great "back to basics" kitchen cutlery. It's hard to improve on the "best of the breed". I like mine, and want to use them until I'm gone.

Buy them and use them, you won't be sorry.
 

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