Wholesale Uncle Henry Knives
The Uncle Henry Pocket Knife is available with discount pricing at Wild Bill Wholesale. Uncle Henry Knives are tried-and-true classics. The Uncle Henry Pocket Knife is built for heavy use and includes Staglon handles, brass liners, nickel silver bolsters and stainless steel blades. Several generations have valued the Schrade Uncle Henry knife for its durability and reliability. They're also a great value, and buying them in bulk from Wild Bill Wholesale can produce an even bigger savings off retail price.
Uncle Henry is a famous knife brand that was made by the Schrade Cutlery. A trusted knife manufacturer for 100 years, Schrade closed its doors in 2004. Taylor Brands purchased the trademark for Uncle Henry knives and began producing overseas to keep costs low and prices down. We are now able to pass these savings along to you with discounted wholesale prices on superior quality, brand name knives. These new products are exact recreations of the original Schrade knives that were made in the U.S. All of the materials, patterns, boxes and stock numbers are the same.
The Uncle Henry brand is considered a step up from the equally popular Old Timer brand. The difference is the handle, which for most of the Uncle Henry knives, is the faux stag "Staglon" style. There's the Gamber, with stainless steel blade and scissors, the 4-blade Congress and the 12 inch Steelhead Fillet Knife, with full tang and belt sheath.
There are other knives in addition to the Staglon handle models. The Cub Small Lockback features a stainless steel clip blade and folds to a super compact 2-1/4 inch size. The Smoky Lockback Large also has a clip blade and is 3-3/4 inches closed. Other knives with wood handles include the Brown Bear and Bear Paw Lockbacks. Some of the more exotic handles are white bone and buffalo horn. For the Exotic Handle Series, the handles are made from red pick bone, black bone and white pearl, with nickel silver engraved spacer stripes.
The original Uncle Henry knives were sold to big box discount stores when Schrade ceased production. These newer knives, however, are not available at the big stores, so they are a lot harder to find. This creates a great opportunity for the independent dealer to carry this legendary brand name and sell Uncle Henry knives to their customers at competitive prices.