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Cooper Cutlery Weed&Co. German Hunter Jigged White Bone "EDC" (5100WB)

This is the first release of knives from Cooper Cutlery. The Weed&Co. cutlery line was a trial run before perfecting and releasing the Schatt&Morgan Cutlery line.

***PLEASE READ***

The Weed&Co. knives you see here are labeled / etched as "EDC" knives. These "EDC" knives have slight cosmetic imperfections but the knives function and work great. Cooper Cutlery guarantees all "EDC" knives for one year against breakage. 

Blades: 1.

Closed Length: 4.25".

Open Length: 8.75". 

Width: 0.50".

Handle Material: Jigged White Bone. 

Handle Length: 4.00". 

Blade Styles: Clip.

Blade Material: 440 Stainless Steel.

Blade Thickness: .075".

Blade Lengths: 4.00".

Blade Finish: Polished.

Pulls: Long Match Strike Pull.

Pull Strength: 7/10.

Half Stops: No.

Bolster Material: Nickel Silver, Brass. 

Liner Material: Steel. 

Pinning Material: Brass. 

Backsprings: 1.

Backspring Material: Steel.

Weight: 2.50 oz.

Made In: Winchester, Ohio, USA. 

Factory Release Date: December 1, 2021.

Customer Reviews

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Ron Georg
I love this thing

Sure, it's pure kitsch, and it's got the fit and finish of a trial run on old equipment, as promised. But I love that someone was willing to have fun like this in in the normally staid knife world, especially the world of traditionals. If Cooper Cutlery's plans pan out, this could be a collector's item. Regardless, I'll be keeping this around as a conversation piece.

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JAMES L. SIMMONS
Weed&Co

Fantastic!

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Jonathan Ferreira
Debut knife manufacturer's first go.

I ordered 3 of these EDC knives. The quality of each was consistent and satisfactory for the advertised " cosmetic issues " that I expected. I was sorry that I missed the stag offerings as that is my preferred handle material.

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Leon Jones

I got it as a gift for a friend and he loved it.

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TJ Wright
Knife Thoughts YouTube

No lie, I really couldn’t stand behind the leaf on these. However, I humored myself on YouTube one day and was convinced otherwise. My knife looks really good. Snap is a little muddy, but for $40 and the size. I’ll take it! Kind of wish the other variants were still available to purchase haha. And as always TPK does it best. Glad I stumbled across them looking for Finch Knife Co. products!

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