Yes it is. I've been wanting one for years, and it doesn't disappoint!I've found that if you don't mind having a knife with screening on the blade like this one has and you're patient you can get them for a good price on ebay.
Great old knives as always Ray !
Case 6383 six dot Whittler
I've said the same thing in the past about a few Case patterns and I frequently carry patterns in CV. Recently though I've come to realize that there is little difference in performance between Case CV and SS. I still prefer CV but I no longer let it bother me to the point where I won't buy patterns that are only offered in SS. I now have a few patterns in SS that I carry and I really like them.It does seem like they should always offer CV in whittler patterns though, since it is one function of a pocketknife that most requires a very sharp, long-lasting edge.
stainless blades don’t speak to me the way carbon ones do. I guess you could call that personal preference.
Quote from: gdoolittle on October 24, 2018, 10:21:16 PMstainless blades don’t speak to me the way carbon ones do. I guess you could call that personal preference.That is my personal preference as well. It's not only more traditional, but it seems like more of a "living" thing with a constantly changing patina. It's just that there are a few patterns that I like well enough that they trump my desire to have CV. The Seahorse is one of those.
I prefer LOCKING whittlers!
Quote from: alexTOOL on October 28, 2018, 12:52:30 AMI prefer LOCKING whittlers!Do you own one of these Whittlers?