The half-whittler knife is a pattern most commonly associated with Case knives. The term half-whittler is a debated namenclature for this particular pattern. It’s basically a 2-bladed knife where both blades pivot on a single backspring. This is a nice every day carrying pocket knife. It lends itself well to capentery jobs and general use. Blade configurations vary but most commonly seen with a clip and pen blade. It is sometimes seen with a wharncliffe and pen blade combination.
This is a new pattern for me and what’s pictured here is my first prototype. My pattern has a master clip blade with my coping style Razorbeak. The bolsters are intentionally assymetric and resememble copperhead and canoes. I take pride in exploring new boundaries in knife patterns and blade design.
Half-whittler base pricing starting at $295
- Overall length 7.85″ Closed length 3.48″
- Master clip blade with half-stops, blade length measured from end of tang to blade tip: 2.65″ thickness 0.090
- Razorbeak length 2.0″ thickness 0.060″
- Secondary typical choices include wharncliffe, sheepsfoot, spay, coping or Razorbeak*
- 416 stainless steel dovetailed bolsters and pins, finish is polished or satin
- 410 stainless steel mill-relieved liners finish is polished or satin
- Blade steel commonly offered D2, 440C, CPM-154, S30V
- Blades are flat or hollow ground, heat treated and tempered to 58-60 RC
- Signature custom made arrowhead shield is available
- With your custom order we can discuss handle material options and pricing. Presentation grade stag, mother-of-pearl, abalone and other exotic handle materials are subject to price and availability. You can also supply your own material if you have something special you want used. I also do my own color dye and jigging.
Embellishments like file-work, personalized blade etching (names, logos, symbols, images, etc) please contact for more information.