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Great Eastern Cutlery Tidioute #14 Lick Creek Boys Knife - 2 Blade - Gabon Ebony

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The Great Eastern Cutlery, Tidioute #14 Lick Creek Boy's Knife is a great size and shape that carries oh-so-easily. It's not too big and not too small. You slip it out of your pocket, do the task and slip it back in with hardly thinking about it. The blade sizes are just right for most small every day cutting tasks. The popular classic shape is timeless and reflects a by-gone era of fine pocket knives. This knife is perfect for every day carry and also for your collection. Whether you choose a single or two blade version, you will have a knife that is sure to please for years to come. Made with pride in Titusville, PA. We are an authorized Great Eastern Cutlery Dealer and purchased this new knife direct from them.

The Blade(s):

This knife features two spear point blades with the larger one featuring a swedge grind, a long nail nick for opening and a cutting edge of 2.1". The small blade has a nail nick with a 1.4" cutting edge. The 1095 carbon steel blades have a satin finish with a solid half stop.

The Handle Construction:

The handle scales are Gabon Ebony and all attaching pieces are stainless steel. The handle scale edges are rounded and flush with the outside perimeter making the knife pleasant to hold. The bolsters, liners and pins are stainless steel. The fit and finish and blade action are excellent with a crisp action when opened and closed.


Blade Finish:
Blade Length:
2.4 in.
Blade Steel:
1095 Carbon
Blade Thickness:
.080 in.
Blade Type:
Spear Point
Closed Length:
3 in.
Half Stop:
Handle Material:
Gabon Ebony
Handle Thickness:
.48 in.
Knife Style:
Folding Blade
Knife Weight:
1.9 oz
Lock Type:
Slip Joint
Open Length:
5.44 in.

customer reviews

  • Review from SSFA


    This Boys Knife is just an outstanding traditional pocket knife. Fit and finish are excellent, it is small enough for your pocket but large enough for most any cutting job you may come across, and the spear-point or drop-point blade shape is just plain practical. It would make a great addition to a collection, but mine is carried every day.

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