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Old Timer 51OT Big Timer Lockback Folding Knife Review

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The Schrade Old Timer 51OT “Big Timer” is a lockback folding knife with old school cool. I call this one ‘The Feathermaker” because the flat grind edge just glides through wood like butter. I like this one.

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8 thoughts on “Old Timer 51OT Big Timer Lockback Folding Knife Review

  1. I Really like the looks of this knife. They did a great job of capturing
    the “Old school” essence for this big pocketknife. The only problem I have
    with it is the blade. While it’s nice they have the knife come in at under
    $20, I’d rather have it come in at $30 or so with a better steel choice. I
    know that S35VN, CTS-XHP, or even plain old 1095 are going to be out of the
    question, but for the Mo/MoV Series, I think 8Cr13MoV is pretty much the
    bottom of the “Moderately acceptable” end of quality. Too bad, it looks
    nice.

  2. I like that drop point on the folding hunter. Most folding hunter’s have a
    clip point blade which isn’t as strong at the tip. Also, I seem to stick
    the sharper tip into my hand too often. LOL With a nice leather sheath,
    less than $20 is a real bargain. The steel is also very adequate for most
    everyone.

  3. Another nice inexpensive knife that I’ve got to get. Man I’m going broke.
    Why don’t you review knives I can’t afford to save me some money. 🙂

    Nice vid

    1. would be nice with a brass bolster to go with those brass pins though.
      …it would make it even more old school imo.

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