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Has anyone gotten a Catoosa Camp Knife yet??!! Also, I got an email that said an extra 10% off with code 1776FREEDOM

Let me know thoughts on the Catoosa Camp Knife if anyone has one!


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I got mine today, but it was a close call.

JIC shipped it in a fairly heavy PAPER envelope and of course, it tore since the knife and box was relatively heavy.

Though the box was badly damaged, the knife was present and unharmed.

The knife and sheath were fine, but, rather than put some carrying method to attach the sheath to the belt on the sheath, it comes with two rubber (maybe polymer) straps which I had to try to put on the sheath. the holes in the straps were too small, and the whole thing involving them was annoying.

So, I used another couple of belt clips I had and put the straps and badly damaged box in the garbage.


I kinda doubt I'll be so quick to buy anymore JIC products, as I was kinda ticked, but we'll see.

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Shipping a knife that large in an envelope, no thank you.
 
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Originally posted by straightshooter1:
I got mine today, but it was a close call.

JIC shipped it in a fairly heavy PAPER envelope and of course, it tore since the knife and box was relatively heavy.

Though the box was badly damaged, the knife was present and unharmed.

The knife and sheath were fine, but, rather than put some carrying method to attach the sheath to the belt on the sheath, it comes with two rubber (maybe polymer) straps which I had to try to put on the sheath. the holes in the straps were too small, and the whole thing involving them was annoying.

So, I used another couple of belt clips I had and put the straps and badly damaged box in the garbage.


I kinda doubt I'll be so quick to buy anymore JIC products, as I was kinda ticked, but we'll see.

Bob


What did Dave say about it? I’d say he will do whatever he can to make it right!

How about the knife itself? I’m thinking it would be great for slicing a brisket or chopping tree branches.

Daniel


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I never contacted him about this as I don't really care about the box and the knife was fine.

The knife seems fine for just about anything. Their mounting system for the sheath stunk, IMO, but I had another option so I didn't contact them about that, either.

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Has it been astablished that these knives are actually made in the USA?
I own one and like it so I'm not questioning the quality just where its actually made.
When I look at their home page and see what appears to be an Asian holding the knife I wonder.
https://justincasetactical.com/
 
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Has it been astablished that these knives are actually made in the USA?
I own one and like it so I'm not questioning the quality just where its actually made.
When I look at their home page and see what appears to be an Asian holding the knife I wonder.
https://justincasetactical.com/


I have personally met Dave, the owner. He lives in SE Tennessee and I know they are manufactured in the USA. What photo are you talking about? Text me a screenshot of it and I’ll send it to Dave. I’d say he can have the person who the photo is of call you! My direct cell is 423-464-OneFourFiveEight.


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The photo is in the link I already provided.
 
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I think that the photo you’re referring to on our website is of my 16 year old daughter, she wears her hat backwards but I don’t think that qualifies her as Asian. Again, my knives are completely made in the U.S.A. minus the packaging (boxes) which is 100% made in China. All of the folks in the photos on my website are either family, friends, or customers.

Dave,
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