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Old Hickory Slicing Knife 8" Blade - 7015

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Part Number: OH758
Manufacturer: Old Hickory Kitchen Knives
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Handcrafted in America. This knife has a high carbon steel blade and genuine hickory wood handles. The blades are tempered and hand ground to retain sharpness, and the handles are flame burnt and buffed for a unique antiqued finish. 8" blade.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
3.818 (11 reviews)
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Curt
Camino
Aug 03, 2015
Pros: Sharpenability, Material Quality
Cons: None
forever cutting
My mother had these in her kithen because her mother and her mother before her had them in their kitchens. Once sharpened they will hold an edge for close to a month of real meat cutting with minor touch up. Not chopping bones but even then they do well till the next sharpening. Love these knives. and I have taken them camping and used them as throwing knives and as long as you stick them they do well. I have bent the tips and then bent them right back try that with stainless. Every one of the knives I have are still working for me thirty years later. I hope one day to inherit my mothers knives which she got some of from her Grandmother in the sixties. I've made a couple of these in to very serviceable bush knives . You could do worse.
4 out of 5
William H
Charleston, SC
Jul 27, 2013
Pros: Material Quality, Durability, Sharpenability, Construction
Cons: None
15 years
I used one of these knives for 15 years until it disappeared. Gets dull, sharpens up and cuts well. If you don't mind working your knife across a sharpening stone several times a year, this is a great knife. Once you've sharpened it nothing designed to never need sharpening really feels the same again. The question is do you want a knife you make sharp or do you want something which saws through things that you don't have to sharpen. Ask a fresh tomato.
1 out of 5
Joseph
New Brighton, Mn
Jun 04, 2013
Pros: None
Cons: None
dull, won't hold edge
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