W.R. Case & Sons: A Legacy of American Craftsmanship | USCCA

My affinity for Case knives dates back to the 1960s. I grew up on a suburban neighborhood street that dead-ended into woods. The best times I had in those woods were with my dad on our impromptu Saturday picnics. My father always carried along what seemed a very large, fixed-blade knife in a leather sheath on his belt. There was nothing cooler to a boy my age. That knife, marked with the trademark “Case XX,” was kept in the garage for utility work around the house and yard.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/blog/w-r-case-sons-a-legacy-of-american-craftsmanship/