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Many of the Rough Rider patterns I own are similar to some of the Case patterns I own. When comparing the quality, fit and finish these knives are a great value. What really makes them great is I like to use my knives and carry a different knife every few weeks. These knives are affordable enough I can do that without breaking the bank. Currently, I own about 40 RR slip joints and four of the RR linerlock assisted open folders. I know many knife snobs that refuse to own these and won't even consider them, but I really could care less what they think, these are a great value. 

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Ron, I couldn't agree more! RR's are great knives, and not just for the money. After reading some posts about RR, I decided to get one. My first was a Hawkbill with brown stag bone handles. It's not only beautiful and stout, but the blade is 440 SS! I was shocked at the workmanship and am convinced its built as well as any modern Case knife. The next was a RR Reserve RRR002 Kayak, this knife is as close as I have found to be comparable to GEC (!) and Schatt & Morgan, both of which I am a big collector. (As a side note, another made in China knife that I love is a Finch Holiday.)

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