This classic Old Timer Mighty Mike folding Knife is an American tradition. Often found in many of our grandfather pockets, this pocket knife features a satin finished stainless steel clip point blade with liner lock construction. The handle features polymer composite scales, brass liners, shackle, polished nickel silver bolsters, and brass rivet construction.
... I couldn't find any other brand of affordable, small, locking-penknife that was NOT made in China. Still this is a good little knife that came sharp, locks well, and holds up pretty good. I've had one of these before. Little knives get lost easy but they're indispensable. I prefer " lockers" over slip-joints. As an inexpensive, small locking- knife, you shouldn't be disappointed. Let's not forget it's $12. The quality of this knife is comparable to knives retailing for 3 and 4 times as much. There is nothing to complain about really. I'm mainly interested in non-chinese knives right now from a collector's perspective, nothing to do with quality. Most of the knife-work is good quality and craftsmanship.
Delicate and sharp. Great whittler and good for carving. Bring on the jack-o-lantern parties.
Came sharp enough to cut hair, but not shave. The liner lock on mine is more there to stop the blade from closing via the slip joint rather than locking the blade in place. There is a small gap between the blade end and the liner lock. Don't know if that is normal. The slip joint is very stiff, though. Overall a great little knife.