Case Saddlehorn Pocket Knife
The Saddlehorn has a western flair to it that sets it apart from the rest. It contains two blades contained in it's sleek package. The 110 pattern is a 3 1/2" jack knife that is known as a saddlehorn. Case makes them with one and two blades. The master blade is a clip blade, and the second is a skinner blade, the 100 pattern is also known as a beavertail trapper, which most have two blades, but some older versions of this Saddlehorn have only one blade. Most of these do not have a rear bolster. Case began manufacturing this pattern before 1915. As with all WR Case products, the Saddlehorn is still proudly made in the United States of America.