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The range rider is a standard premium stockman pocket knife. It typically has 3 blades: a clip, a sheep’s foot, and a spey blade. The range rider knife is usually a mid-sized pocket knife. They are more (or less) straight handled and more “boxy”, than the S-bodied shape of the serpentine stockman (such as the sowbelly stockman).
All of the stockman patterns point back to the cowboy of the early west as to their origins. The name comes from the types who carried it: the cattleman or stockman. The spey blade had a particular usefulness for cattle (true to its namesake)…let’s just say it had to do with the males of the species.