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Uncle Lucky Collection by Steel Warrior Green Swirl Resin 3" Little (Texas) Toothpick
- High Quality Polished 440 Stainless Steel Blade
- Long Modified Clip Point Blade
- Rockwell Hardness To 56-58 HRC
- Closed Length: 3"
- Beautiful Green Swirl Handle!
- Slip Joint
- Nickel Silver Bolsters
- Brass Pins & Liners
- Very Collectible & Pocket-Friendly Toothpick Frame
- Thumbnail Pull
- Script Lucky Inlay & Steel Warrior Inlay Shield
- Uncle Lucky Collection
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This is an Uncle Lucky Collection by Steel Warrior Little (Texas) Toothpick pocket knife. The knife is 3" in closed length. It has a beautiful green swirl resin composite handle† ‡ – an amazing array of a lime-like color and patterns. The blade is a high quality polished 440 stainless steel and is Rockwell hardness tested to 56-58 HRC; the primary blade is a long modified clip point blade. The knife is a slip joint, and it has nickel silver bolsters, brass pins & liners, and a thumbnail pull. There are Steel Warrior and Uncle Lucky tang stamps, along with a script Lucky inlay and a Steel Warrior inlay shield in the handle. This is a very unique offering from Steel Warrior & Uncle Lucky; can’t say enough about this handle material. As far as collectibles, a toothpick is one of the most collected. If you need a knife to EDC that you can rely on (and looks amazing) or to collect, then this premium quality offering from Steel Warrior & Uncle Lucky is your pocket knife – don’t pass this up!!
All items are guaranteed to be as described and are in brand new, in-the-box/package condition. Items have never been sharpened or carried.
† Due to the nature of natural materials and man-made composite materials, knife handles made from natural or composite materials may vary in appearance from the listing picture.
‡ All natural handle materials are used and collected in accordance with all federal and local laws. Bone materials are harvested from naturally deceased domestic cattle. Horn materials are harvested from naturally shed deer, cattle, buffalo, ox, sheep, or mammoth tooth (legally acquired).
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