This Medium Stockman has an amber bone handle.
The Case Stockman is a classic knife that has really stood the test of time. This pattern features a gentle serpentine handle and three blades. The main clip point blade is designed for most tasks you encounter, and performs very well. On the same side as the clip point blade is the sheepsfoot blade, with a straight edge that is great for shaving cuts, or deep, heavy removal cuts. The sheepsfoot blade sits high by design, making it easy to open simply by pinching the blade, even with a gloved hand. On the opposite side is the spey blade. While originally designed for sterilizing animals, the spey blade has proven its worth in all kinds of skinning, slicing, and carving tasks. The Stockman is an excellent knife that has a blade for every cutting task. Add one to your collection today!
08/31/18 (two stars): Just got this and am pretty surprised at how poor the factory edge is. It is so rough that it feels like it is going to leave a sliver in my finger when I touch the edge. All three blades have the same rough edge. And they aren’t even close to being sharp. There is a fair amount of blade rub as well, though the edges don't crash into the other blades. The sheepsfoot isn’t flat — the blade has a slight belly. This is a 2018 knife. I have a 2015 smooth bone version of this knife that is really amazing and was hoping for similar quality from this one. 09/16/18 Update (from 2 to 4 stars): I've carried and used this knife for the past two weeks. I put a razor sharp edge on all the blades, flushed and oiled the joints, and worked the blades repeatedly to get the grittiness out. This is a great little knife. The action is now very smooth and it snaps open and shut well. Each of the blades took a keen edge. I've used it for light cutting only and the edges remain sharp. The pull is a little light for my tastes, but not by much. The knife is small enough for me to carry to work in my slacks.