Finally, after months of anticipation, the incredibly collectible Great Eastern Cutlery’s Pattern 14 Cripple Creek Jack series of pocketknives is complete. These medium-sized pocketknives made by GEC have rounded bolsters and a fantastic hand feel that won’t weigh down your pocket. Whether you’re a knife user or a knife collector, you can’t go wrong with the Great Eastern Cutlery Cripple Creek knives.
Featuring 1095 carbon steel blades, the 2.375” clip point main blade has a swedged spine and a forged straight pull opener. The smaller pen blade has a nail nick opener. Both blades have half stops. The tang stamp on these knives is the classic Cripple Creek scripted stamp.
The handles are set on brass liners and secured with brass pins and will be available in the following handle materials: Elderberry Jigged Bone, Sambar Stag, Golden Brown Jigged Bone, Desert Ironwood, and Natural Canvas Micarta. Each knife also has rounded nickel silver bolsters and features the nickel silver Cripple Creek Buffalo shield.
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- 1095 Carbon Steel, Mirror Polish
- 2.375” Clip Point
- 1.5” Pen Blade
- Forged Straight Pull on Main Blade
- Nail Nick on Secondary Blade
- Cripple Creek Tang Stamp
- Half Stops
- Brass Pins and Liners
- Nickel Silver Bolsters
- Cripple Creek Buffalo Shield
- 3” Closed
- 5.375” Overall
- Made in the USA
The GEC #14 Cripple Creek Jack knives make an excellent addition to any knife collection. These are in extremely limited supply so make sure you get yours before they’re gone. If you’re interested in these knives, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
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