80's Sharp Brand 300 Folding Hunter
"Sharp" was a U.S. Importer of knives in the late 1970's to 1980's period. They offered several quality Seki, Japan made knives. The steel was advertised as stainless and is believed to be Japanese AUS 8. Seki, Japan was producing some remarkable knives during this time and talented manufactures were sought out by the importers for producing quality products at reasonable prices.
Sharp Brand Model 300 folding knife. Stainless steel. Made in Japan. Blade is 4" long. Overall length is 9" long. Knife and case are in great shape and do not appear to be used. Some small storage marks on the handles. This one came with the tan leather sheath and lighter wood inlays on the blade. Judge for yourself.
- This is a Sharp Model 300
- Knives were sold by retailers in the 70's-80's
- They made 3 sizes: 100, 200, & 300
- This is the large one, 300.
- 4” AUS 8 Blade steel is excellent
If you are looking for a classic folding hunting or camp knife here it is.