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Old Hickory Butcher Knife, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77

Old Hickory Butcher Knife, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77
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Old Hickory Butcher Knife, 7" carbon steel blade and hardwood handle, 11 3/4" overall. Made in the USA.
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Old Hickory Knives: Old Hickory Butcher Knife Blade, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77


The illustrated Old Hickory Knife is the Old Hickory Butcher Knife that features a 7" blade made of carbon steel. This Butcher Knife has full tang construction with brass riveted hardwood handle scales. The Old Hickory Butcher Knife with 7" blade has an overall length of 11 3/4". 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 Butcher Knife, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77

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BRANDOld Hickory
PRODUCT TYPEKitchen Knives
OVERALL LENGTH11.75"
BLADE LENGTH7"
ORIGINUSA
STEEL TYPECarbon Steel
Product Field 380359
AVERAGE RATING98
NUMBER OF REVIEWS10
Old Hickory Butcher Knife, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77
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Old Hickory Butcher Knife, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77
Great carbon steel knives!
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This Butcher Knife is another example of why I buy "Old Hickory" cutlery. These knives are:

a) A great value for the money.

b) 1095 Carbon Steel (holds a "shaving sharp" edge" and can be sharpened without difficulty,

c) have a long service life,

d) the "patina" these blades take give them the "old world" character so desirable in this day of stainless steel "sharp today - dull tomorrow" knives.

Care for them as you would any standard carbon steel knives. Wash them immediately after use, dry them (preventing rust). You should coat the blades with vegetable oil if you don't want them to "tarnish" (take a patina). I personally like the patina. It shows that it's a "working kitchen knife".

Keep them out of the dishwasher. Otherwise the handles will swell and crack/break. I have been using these knives (off and on) since 1961. (Mom and dad had them).

I will buy more over time, and expect them to outlive me. Buy them, use them and be happy!

I'll be buying more "Old Hickory" knives.
Old Hickory Butcher Knife, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77
I remember these from my childhood.
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The "Old Hickory" knives really haven't changed much since the close of the American Frontier in 1890. These knives may seem a bit "rough around the edges" but this is part of their charm.

When "Old Hickory" knives are delivered, they are often just a tad dull, but their 1095 carbon steel blades can be honed to a "shaving sharp" edge in a relatively short time. After this edge has been attained, a sharpening steel is usually all that is needed to keep them that way.

They can, and will, tarnish quickly. So you can either keep them lightly oiled, or "force a patina" by wrapping them in a towel soaked in white vinegar for 20 minutes. This helps prevent the blades from rusting. Avoid the dishwasher. Just clean and oil them.

The low cost of these knives shouldn't be confused with inferior quality. These require a bit more attention than cheap Chinese "sharp today-dull tomorrow" kitchen cutlery.

"Old school" knives dating from 126 years ago. Take care of them, and they'll last a lifetime
Old Hickory Butcher Knife, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77
Old Hickory knives
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Both knives arrived quickly and I'm happy with the quality and service. Not much to say about these knives that's not already known. These are tough blades and I have several more by Old Hickory. The Sticker is ground on both sides and both knives were factory sharp, which means that they needed more attention to get the where I like them. I'm really fond of Old Hickory knives and the perform great in the kitchen and would do well for bushcraft. Great service and great knives.
Old Hickory Butcher Knife, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77
Nice knife.
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Bought this for use in the kitchen. 1095 carbon steel sharpens easily and holds a nice edge. I own high end gyutos and chef's knives but I use the the Old Hickory for trimming meat, including ribs, brisket, chicken, etc. Great for prepping meals for the grill and smoker too. A real workhorse and a great knife for the money.
Old Hickory Butcher Knife, 7 Inch Blade, QN-77
Old Hickory
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I received the knife in a timely fashion, I made a bushcraft knife out of it, turned out great, wrapped handle in camo paracord and made a paracord lanyard! Found a Kabar USMC sheath which fits perfect. Took a wicked sharp edge, this knife will be a great all around tool in the woods! Thanks from Old Man River!
 
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