Question: What does SAB mean on Case knives?

SAB = The blade will be saber-ground. see illustration. SHAD = The knife will not have bolsters. see illustration. SC = The knife will have a pair of scissors.

What do the numbers on a Case knife mean?

You can find the Case knife pattern number stamped on the tang of your knifes blade. The first number indicates the type of material used to make the handle. The second digit gives the number of blades. The last two or more digits indicate the factory pattern number.

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