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RoseCraft Blades Little Riverbend Skinner (RCT001)

The RoseCraft Blades Little Riverbend Skinner (RCT001) is a modern-day re-imagining of a classic design, designed with attention to detail by Andy Armstrong. This knife is a quality addition to any EDC collection and a dependable tool on the trail, in the garage or the backyard!

Blades: 1.

Closed Length: 3.90".

Open Length: 6.875".

Width: 0.50".

Handle Material: White Smooth Bone. 

Blade Style: Upswept. 

Blade Material: D2.

Blade Thickness: .10".

Blade Length: 2.90".

Blade Finish: Satin. 

Pulls: Nail nick.

Pull Strength: 8/10.

Half Stop: Yes.

Bolster Material: Brushed Steel.

Liner Material: Steel. 

Pinning Material: Nickel Silver. 

Backsprings: 1.

Backspring Material: Steel.

Weight: 3.3 oz.

Shield Material: Nickel Silver.  

Release Date: 2022.

Designed In: Maryville, TN. 

Manufactured In: China.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Howard L.
Beautiful knife

Great design. Great workmanship. Razor sharp. Hard pull,not particularly safe with a razor sharp knife, HOPEFULLY it will "wear in".

Tim D.
Impressive Import

You won't find a better traditional style folding knife at this price point. There is some fine craftsmanship happening here. Some very small finish issues you wouldn't find on higher end pieces but they look good, are built well, and are easy on the wallet. Buy one! I am sure you wont be disappointed for fifty bucks.

Great lil Skinner

What a treat from Rosecraft! D2 steel blade is semi polished, good strong pull, with great snap. Internal stop pin to prevent blade rap. Centered blade too. Only reason I gave it 4 stars is a very slight gap in the bone on the liner. Otherwise solid 5 star knife! Will get the Black version too when it comes out 👍

Kevin G.

Functions perfectly and just an all around cool knife!!

Tim M.
Great for the price, but not perfect.

The knife is definitely worth the price, heck, its probably a steal at $40-$50. The fit and finish, sharpness, and general design of the knife is excellent. The only issue is that the action, or "walk and talk" of the knife is incredibly stiff out of the box. Paired with the fact this is a nail nick opener design the knife is a displeasure to open until it is broken in. Now that it is broken in it's great, but until it is broken it is kind of a pain to open.