Whatever your preferred traditional pocketknife pattern, the Rough Rider Titanium Series has you covered. These gorgeous traditional pocketknives are available in at least ten patterns with more on the way.
What really sets these knives apart are the subtle touches. For instance, each knife in the series has genuine black smooth bone handles with both brass and red micarta liners. Not only does it have nickel silver slant bolters, the designers went one step further and gave them stamped and pinched nickel silver slant bolsters and a triangular Rough Rider shield. All this just adds that little extra bit of extra to make them look excellent.
Each knife in this series features mirror polished, titanium coated 440A stainless steel blades. Each blade comes with match strike pulls. Match strike pulls are slightly bigger and easier to use than regular finger pulls. The knives in this series also feature half stops, so these knives can walk and talk just like you remember the pocketknives doing way back when. Additionally, each knife in this series comes packaged in a magnetic clasp collector’s box, which makes for a great presentation.
Finally, this series is available in the following patterns: Wharncliffe, Large Stockman, Moose, Jumbo Trapper, Locking Hunter, Trapper, Canoe, Lady Leg, Folding Hunter, and Congress. The Locking Hunter features a linerlock. The Folding Hunter features double match strike pulls on each blade. The Jumbo Trapper features a lanyard hole.
Here are the ten patterns. Click any thumbnail below to launch a slideshow of larger images.
Rough Rider Titanium Series Details
- Mirror Polished Titanium Coated 440 Stainless Steel
- Black Smooth Bone Handles
- Match Strike Pulls
- Nickel Silver Pins and Bolsters
- Nickel Silver Shield
- Brass and Red Micarta Liners
- Linerlock on the Locking Hunter
- Lanyard Hold on the Jumbo Trapper
The Rough Rider Titanium series would be a nice addition to any knife collection. If you’re interested in these knives, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.