The classic sodbuster pocket knife pattern has been popular for generations as a simple, tough, no-frills working knife. This one, made in Titusville, Pennsylvania, exemplifies all of the pattern's best qualities, which is what you would expect from Queen Cutlery, one of the oldest knife companies still manufacturing in the US.
The blade is made from Queen's famously durable D2 carbon steel, which will take a very long-lasting edge. The scales are made from genuine DuPont Delrin. The knife is available in the two traditional colors: yellow and black.
Queen Cutlery is one of a few knifemakers still making traditional folding knives in the US. It was founded in 1922 by former employees of the legendary Schatt and Morgan Cutlery Company—and when Schatt and Morgan went bankrupt a few years later, Queen bought up its buildings and tooling. Even today, Queen still uses some of the Schatt and Morgan equipment. The company's motto: The Queen Cutlery branded knife is the finest built user knife on the market. That will never change!