Rough Rider’s RR759 Coal Miner Stockman

See also the Coal Miner Series


RR 759 (Stockman)

My usual choice when it comes the Stockman pattern is good ole Sowbelly. I like the wider blades found on the pattern. I only have two or three medium Stockmans. This little slim line serpentine stockman makes a great little pocket carry for everyday use. It is the smallest knife in the series and is well made in every aspect imaginable. Like most of the Jigged bone Coal miners the bone appears black but is actually a very deep and very dark brown. The build is great and like I've said many times, is on par with a modern Case Knife.

Otherwise this is a perfect little pattern that not only looks great but is very affordable.

Stockman

RR 759 (Stockman)

A nice view of the blade's pad stamp. My only wish is that Rough Rider would make the same knife as a cattleman, that is swap the spay blade for a punch.

 

Description:

  • Pattern: Medium Stockman
  • Pattern Numbers: 759
  • Length Closed : 3 3/8 inches 
  • Main Blade: Clip, 2 3/4 inches
  • Secondary: Sheepfoot, 1 3/4 inches
  • Secondary: Spay, 1 3/4 inches
  • Blade Etch: PAD Coal Miner
  • Tang: Rough Rider and pattern number
  • Handle:  Black Jigged Bone 
  • Bolsters: Ringed Nickel Silver
  • Lining:  Brass.
  • Pins: Brass
  • Shield :   Rough Rider Propeller  
  • Bail: N/A