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Colonial Knife is an American brand founded 1926 in Providence Rhode Island, the products are carried by military, law enforcement, sports enthusiast and tradesmen, the company has expanded their line of product to include flashlights, tools, survival kits, the vintage Colonial Knife products are sought after for their collectable value, the brand is sold worldwide
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New and improved for 2023
Assisted opening 4.4-ounces, ambidextrous, 440-A high grade stainless steel, blade hardness 58-C, tip up or tip down carry, liner locking, life-time limited warranty
New and improved for 2023!
the 003 TSA accepted multitool with updated marlinspike, made in U.S.A.
weight: 2.2-ounces, marine grade stainless steel, pocket/money-clip, non-puncture cutting blade, shackle-key, pry-bar, cap-lifter, turnbuckle-key, marlin-spike, screwdriver-deck-key
a proud product
Colonial Knife Co.® Established 1926, C.K.C. Continues manufacturing knives, tools, survival kits and flashlights. "Over 90 years and 4 generations, view the art, drama and history of one of the most interesting knife companies in world, Tactical Knives magazine April 2008 issue." CKC a division of CCI
Original 1926 logo shown above in color is still used today
This is an artist retendering of the Colonial Knife property with Oak Street dividing the press room from the rest of the facility
Ranger, Colonial, Prov., RI
Antique American Switchblades, by Mark Erickson, Identification & Value Guide, published by Krause Publications
1. 2 1/4-inch Snappy (fishtail)
2. 2 1/4-inch Snappy (bowtie)
3. 3 3/8-inch Shur Snap (cigar)
4. 4-inch Shur Snap (bowtie)
5. 4 1/8-inch Shur Snap (stubby)
6. 4 1/8-inch Shur Snap (fatjack)
7. 4 1/8-inch Shur Snap (stubby)
8. 5-inch Shur Snap (jumbo jack)
Military Issue Knife General Purpose Model 2205
Shackle Key tool for boaters
Shur-Snap oxygen tank key and one hand operation Switchblade Knife
Survival Kit NEW
Colonial Knife Corp® 9 decades under the control and management of the Paolantonio family is the longest running knife company in the United States still operated and managed by the same family, Colonial Knife Company incorporated in 1926 by Antonio Paolantonio and his two brothers Domenic and Fredrick, 93 years and 4 generations later, the company continues the tradition of quality knife and tool manufacturing.
Why purchase the Colonial Knife brand? The Collectible rating for a Colonial Knife brand is very good along with being a knife that is made for being used everyday, the primary purpose of a knife is to cut, crappy steel or exotic, makes no difference if not properly hardened. At Colonial Knife, we are methodical about blade hardness, our grandfathers understood the importance of hardening steel and how to achieve the proper Rockwell hardness, the measuring of the blade strength through hardening of the steel. Our standards require Colonial Knife to achieve 58-60 C hardness, over 60 C and the cutting edge is prone to chipping, under 58 C, and the blade won't hold it's edge. A proper blade Rockwell Hardness ensures the customer is receiving the very best in their knife.