The moose pattern pocket knife features a large frame and two large blades, one positioned on each end. One blade is typically a clip point, the other is typically a spear or a spey blade. Typically measuring at least 4″ in length closed, they are an impressive and substantial pattern. Some close variations of the moose knife is the Texas Jack and double ended balloon knife. Schrade Cut Co, Case, Winchester and Remington were some of the knife makers to produce moose knives and similar variations.
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