Who said traditional knives had to be boring?
The Uncle Henry 885UH Senior Rancher is a unique slipjoint folder with a lot of personality. This knife has three different blades in the same vein of a stockman. The main blade is a clip point blade. The two smaller secondary blades are a spey and sheepsfoot blade. The sheepsfoot profile is an underrated blade style that's great for a wide range of tasks, including all kinds of work around the house.
But what makes this knife stand out from other traditionals is the Staglon handles. The outside layer gives off a yellowish hue while the inside looks like a burnt brown beneath the Uncle Henry shield. When you surround it with heat-treated bolsters and brass pins, you get a lot of attention from the look of this knife.
The three blades and sleek handle are all packed into a 2.8-ounce knife that's easy to carry in your pocket, ensuring you're prepared for everything from a splinter to fieldwork.
- Clip, sheepfoot, and spey blades
- Blade material: Stainless steel
- 4.00" handle of Staglon
- Made in China
|Blade Material||Stainless steel (7cr17)|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Handle Color||Black, yellow|
|Lock Type||Slip joint|
|Number of Knives Tool||3|
|Point||Clip, sheepsfoot, drop|
The Schrade Cutlery Company was founded in 1904 in Walden, New York. The quality of the cutlery produced was unique to the industry at that time. Imperial Knife Company, established in Providence, Rhode Island in 1916, grew to manufacture a full range of value-priced folding pocket knives.
In 2003, the strength of Schrade's design concepts and engineering continues to move forward with exciting, cutting edge product introductions and a respect for tradition. Representing the newest of the new is Q3 Technology for Quick, Quiet and Quality offering a series of multi-functional folders designed for maximum performance. And in recognition of its heritage, Schrade's Custom Collaboration series celebrates the uniqueness of handcrafted design in their partnerships with the nations finest custom knife makers. Blending technology and tradition, the company continues its leadership position in the global cutlery and tool marketplace.
Key to Schrade's strength as a knife maker is the workforce of talented and committed craftsmen, including third and fourth generation employees. Learning the trade from parents and grandparents, they pass along the valuable knowledge, skills and pride necessary for the consistent production of quality knives and tools. That dedication and spirit lives at the 93 acre site in Ellenville, blending the decades of experienced hand craftsmanship with some of the most modern technology available. Schrade continues to grow in leaps and bounds due to our well earned reputation for quality and value, responsiveness to an ever changing market place, innovative new products, diversification into new markets, and customer service second-to-none in the industry.
Imperial Schrade Corp., holds an ongoing commitment to the outdoors and to the future generations of Americans with whom it will be entrusted. Imperial Schrade continues to lend private sector support to programs that include Ducks Unlimited, the Federal Duck Stamp program, the NRA Youth Hunter Education Challenge and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. These programs will assist in the protection and preservation of the environment, along with educating America's youth in their heritage of participation in and care of the outdoors into the 21st century.
Note: As of 2004 Schrade Knives are made in China with the same quality and care that goes into making world's finest pocket knives, lock backs, fixed blades, cutlery for the outdoor and hunting markets and multi-tools.