Case Grooved Leather USMC Knife with Leather Sheath
This USMC® knife is a part of Case’s Presentation Knives. The collection of presentation knives features extraordinarily hand-crafted fixed-blade knives, each ideal for gifting, special events, collection, and displays. The USMC® is an authentic reproduction of the United States Marine Corp Prototype submitted to the Armed Forces. An extraordinary keepsake, the USMC® features a blackened carbon steel blade and a grooved leather handle. Includes a genuine leather sheath to store and protect the knife. Comes conveniently packaged in a two-piece presentation box. Made in Bradford, PA, USA from domestic and imported materials.
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Blackened 1095 Carbon Steel blade, guard and end cap
Grooved leather handle
Authentic reproduction of prototype submitted to Armed forces
Excellent quality knife. Excellent quality sheath. what can you say...its Case.
Review byAhslee Q. Verified Buyer
Very well made and is my favorite of this style knife.
Solid but fit and finish is sloppy.
Review byParish R. Verified Buyer
I really want to love this knife. It is good quality for the price but the example I received is flawed. The handle and guard are tight so construction seems sturdy and quality. However, the blade's primary grind is non-symmetrical and the secondary grinds are very wide, showing that the primary grind is not thin enough when it reaches the edge. The clip point is not curved as shown in the photo but rather almost straight. Still functional, just not as pretty as advertised. The leather handle is for the most part very well-executed but again, the sanding and beveling near the guard is uneven and asymmetrical. The blade also has a prominent recurve which means it was sharpened poorly at the factory. For these cosmetic flaws I'll give the knife 4 stars. The sheath however is flawless.
Review byJaimes J. Verified Buyer
The knife I've always wanted!
Review byJett W. Verified Buyer
I had a Ka-Bar before I bought this knife. After receiving this knife I thought I liked the Ka-Bar better partly because I had to spend so much time getting a good edge on it. Since getting this Case sharp and oiling the handle I have changed my opinion. I like this knife better than the Ka-Bar not much but just enough. Both are really great knives and everyone should own both.
I love this knife! Have had one of these before in the past & really liked it, so I knew I would enjoy another one because the quality is outstanding & it makes for the perfect combat & survival knife!! Sure glad I got another one, I will never part with it & it should last me the rest of my life.
Love this knife made in the USA
Review byCorwin S. Verified Buyer
Love this knife made in the USA!! I own a kabar and a Ontario too this is my favorite!! Top notch knife
It is partially my fault I should have known better than to order a knife from Case they make ...
Review byManuel T. Verified Buyer
Buy the kabar it is much higher quality. The guard is loose, sloppy leather. It is partially my fault I should have known better than to order a knife from Case they make expensive 2nd rate knives. They put more effort into the sheath and the box than the knife.
Will likely buy another to stash in the collection
Review bySusi P. Verified Buyer
The Case XX USMC knife is allegedly made by Ontario for Case. I have my military issue Ontario and I purchased a new Ka-Bar to compare to the Case XX. This is an outstanding knife, not taking anything from the Ka-Bar. The Ka-Bar has an enameled finish to the blade and the Case has a matte parkerized finish. I personally prefer the Case XX after comparing the two. The Case sheath is a heavier piece of leather than the sheath provided with the Ka-Bar. Either knife is an excellent buy, but after comparing the two side by side with my issue knife, if I had to pick, I would choose the Case.
Very Good Knife
Review byWaukesha J. Verified Buyer
Case doesn't make junk, so I bought their USMC knife, as opposed to the more expensive Ka-Bar, or the less expensive XYZ brands. There is no such thing as a good surprise with a valuable piece of equipment - surprises are normally some type of failure. I'm expecting many years of good service, and no surprises with this knife.