Nobleman™
$33.00

Model #0327SSS-B

Current Selection
Blade:
Satin Finish, 440A Steel
Handle:
Stainless Steel
Carry System:
Stainless steel pocket clip, removable

Overview

The 327 Nobleman is an elegantly sculpted, slimline gent’s knife. Contributing to the slim profile while reducing weight is the frame-lock design that keeps the blade locked open with a channeled part. A long time favorite, the Nobleman's sleek design feels as good as it looks. Imported.
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Length:
2 5/8" (6.7 cm)
Weight:
2.6 oz. (74 g)
Handle:
CARBON-FIBER
Carry System:
Pocket Clip
Origin:
Imported

Available Features and Options

One Handed Opening

Has a thumb stud, blade hole or other feature to facilitate one-hand use. Some models are one-hand opening and one-hand closing as well..

Drop Point

This blade is full bellied with a strong, thick point for heavier tasks. It can also be used as a general work knife. The top of the blade drops down toward the tip, which minimizes accidental puncturing while skinning. The drop point blade is strong and very versatile.

Reviews (1)

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Average Rating:
RATING: 3
NAME: Ryan
AGE: 18
Good knife, but why is half the thumb stud missing?

I've had one of these for several years, and it has probably seen the most every day use out of all of my knives. My 119 Special is great but huge, and my Ranger is rock solid but not as easy to carry, so this is a great EDC for everyday tasks. It fit every need I had for it: fit in my pocket, blade just under 3", one handed opening with left and right hands, and framelock design (much easier to clean if it's used in, say, a jar of peanut butter). Because of this I've carried it on many trips in the Rockies and multiple times into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (It also survived being dropped in three different lakes). However, this new version is missing half the thumb stud. This makes it very difficult to operate left-handed, when one-handed operation by either hand is kind of the primary point of a small utility knife like this. Even as a right-handed person I use this in my left hand constantly, and the lock is designed well enough to be used left-handed, but the lack of a left-handed thumbstud in this new version is incredibly disappointing. It's such a little thing, and it severely reduces the functionality; I would not buy another Nobleman unless the thumbstud was corrected. (Then I would buy another immediately). Buck, please fix the Nobleman thumbstud, just return it to the way it was.