Case Cutlery Builds on Licensed Products, Strong Brands

Bradford, PA (November 11, 2005) – W.R. Case &
Sons Cutlery Company has added an array of new products to three of
their leading licensed product lines for the fall season; Sturm, Ruger
& Company, John Deere and Orange County Choppersä™.   These
programs are part of an ongoing strategy by W.R. Case and Sons to build
products for companies that best represent the interests and spirit of
American consumers.   

Sturm, Ruger
Case introduces a line of Ruger knives with Smooth G-10 Red handles,
each designed with the avid outdoorsman in mind.  Case artisans
skillfully hand craft each one, using one of the newest and most
durable handle materials available. The G-10 handles are made from
microscopically-thin layers of glass cloth, which are colorized, then
laminated together with epoxy resin to create an incredibly strong and
durable substance. These knives carry the Ruger round shield and
feature brilliant red handles that are shaped by hand for a natural
feel. Eight folding patterns make up the new Red G-10 family, including
the Peanut, Cheetah Cub, Medium Stockman, Canoe, Trapper, Small Texas
Toothpick, RussLock® and Folding Hunter.

For
the sportsman, Case and Sturm, Ruger introduce three lightweight, fixed
blade designs; two with a clip blade and one gut hook model. Their
handles carry the Ruger logo and are made of red Santoprene™, a
waterproof rubber material that provides a sure grip even when wet.
Each slides safely into a custom-fitted black nylon sheath, complete
with a snap stamped with the familiar Ruger Eagle image. 

A
family of nine Ruger-branded Case knives is offered with Burnt Stag
handles.  Their striking black and silver Ruger shields further
highlight their distinctive Stag handles. Each knife is packaged in a
Ruger tin with a decorative sleeve. Patterns include the Tiny Trapper,
Pocket Hunter, Small Gunstock, Medium Stockman, Swell Center Jack,
Small Stockman, Mini Copperhead, Small Congress and Baby Doc.

Orange County Choppers
Case is proud to be the exclusive pocket knife licensee of Orange
County Choppers™, the company that popularized custom motorcycles in
America.  Case’s latest addition to the OCC™ line-up is known as the
Chopperlock, which features a black handle made of aircraft-grade
anodized aluminum, an OCCä logo milled into its frame, and another
engraved into its black-coated Tru-Sharpä™ Surgical Steel blade.  A
thumb stud, pocket clip and lanyard hole are among the extra features
that add convenience and function to this sleek, yet simple, knife
design.

John Deere
Several new patterns have expanded the Case line of John Deere pocket
knives.  Each is characterized by the Deere brand’s hallmark yellow and
green handle colors, jigged in a corn cob pattern, with exclusive
leaping deer shields and packaged in an attractive gift tin.  Among the
Green Bone patterns are the Tiny Trapper, Trapper, Stockman, Small
Stockman, Baby Doc, Baby Butterbean and Mako. Yellow Bone patterns
include Mini Trapper, Small Texas Toothpick, Peanut and CopperLock®. 
All are equipped with Tru-Sharpä™ stainless steel blades.

In addition to the new John Deere bone handled knives, Case offers a
series of Genuine Burnt Stag handled pocketknives. The Genuine Stag
handles, made from naturally shed deer antlers, are individually
treated by flame to seal the surface and enhance their natural beauty. 
Each knife features the leaping deer shield, stainless steel blades,
and is packaged in a John Deere gift tin. Patterns available include
Small Swell Center Jack, Tiny Trapper, Tuxedo, Gunstock, Eisenhower,
Baby Doc, Doctor’s Knife and Small Stockman.

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