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Are you in the market to purchase a new Copperhead pocket knife? It is not happenstance that you are here at Knife Country USA. We stock and sell over 60 different models of the Copperhead pocket knife from leading manufacturers in the cutlery industry. Whether you are an avid collector or just looking for an everyday carry Copperhead knife to use at home or at work; we can help you with selecting the proper Copperhead to suit your needs. Now that you know you are in the right place lets dive a little deeper into the Copperhead pocket knife.

 

What is a Copperhead Pocket Knife?

 

A Copperhead knife also known as a “traditional Copperhead pocket knife” or “old fashion Copperhead knife” is a two bladed pocket knife. These blades are made of titanium, stainless, or carbon steel blades. The blade configuration is as follows; the largest blade on the Copperhead is the clip blade and directly behind the clip blade is a smaller pen blade. Both of the blades are slip-joint non locking blades (the backspring of the knife creates a “snap” that keeps the blade from closing).  Copperhead knives usually have three polished nickel silver bolsters. These bolsters can be squared or rounded depending on the exact model.

 

How big are Copperhead Knives?

 

Copperhead pocket knives range in size from 2 inches overall closed to 4 1/8 inches overall closed. The smallest are considered Tiny Copperhead Knives followed by Small Copperhead Knives then Standard or Medium Copperhead Knives and the largest are Large Copperhead Knives. The most popular of all the sized is the medium/standard, these knives are normally around 3 1/2 inches closed.

 

What types of handles are available for Copperhead Knives?

 

That is where the real question comes in; Copperhead knives just like all other traditional pocket knives are offered is a wide variety of handle colors and handle materials. Some of the most common handles are Appaloosa Bone, Jigged Bone, Buffalo Horn, Ox Horn, Acrylic, Rams Horn, Deer Stag, Kirinite, Shell, and Celluloid. You can then get into rare exotic handles like Mammoth Ivory, Mother of Pearl, Black Pearl, Japer and Turquoise.  Basically, the sky in the limit and as a customer you can really pick and choose to make your Copperhead Knife personalized to you.

 

How to care for your Copperhead Pocket Knife?

 

As with any knife; with proper care maintenance of your Copperhead Pocket Knife will insure that your new Copperhead will last a lifetime. Follow the steps below and you will be rewarded with a great tool.   

  • Always keep your Copperhead blades sharp: It is much easier to touch up a blade with a medium or fine grit sharpening stone than wait for the edge to be totally dull and have to reshape the edge. Plus a sharp knife is always safer to use compared to a dull one.
  • Clean out the inside of your Copperhead knife: Dirt, dust and lint all collect on the side of your knife where the blades lay when closed. Also around the tangs of the blades is an area that needs to be cleaned regularly.
  • Oil your knife: It does not matter of your knife has stainless or carbon steel blades. It is important to keep a thick layer of oil on the blades and pivot points of the knife. This will keep your Copperhead blades moving properly and will help prevent rusting.

What brands are manufacturing Copperhead Pocket Knives?

Listed below are direct link to brand pages on Knife Country USA. These are the top brands that are manufacturing Copperhead pocket knives currently.

 

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    1. Boker Copperhead Pocket Knives
    2. Case XX Copperhead Pocket Knives
    3. China Made Copperhead Pocket Knives
    4. Frost Cutlery Copperhead Pocket Knives
    5. German Eye Copperhead Pocket Knives
    6. Great Eastern Copperhead Pocket Knives
    7. Hen & Rooster Copperhead Pocket Knives
    8. Robert Klass Copperhead Pocket Knives
    9. Rough Rider Copperhead Pocket Knives

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