Timber Wolf File Worked Damascus Pocket Knife

  4.6 ( 5 reviews)

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Part #:19 TW448
  • Strikingly gorgeous pocket knife
  • Stunning 3" Damascus steel blade
  • File worked scalloping along spine
  • Walnut and black pakkawood handle
  • Perfect for everyday carry or displaying
  • Get two - one for collection, one to use
  • Closed length: 4"


This Timber Wolf pocket knife is a true beauty! It boasts a razor sharp 3" blade, made of striking hand forged and hammered Damascus steel. The impressive clip point blade features intricate file worked scalloping along the spine and backspacer, while the genuine walnut and black pakkawood handle handsomely accents the graceful, contrasting swirls of the acid etched Damascus steel. At 4" closed, this Damascus stunner is perfectly sized for everyday carry or displaying in a knife collection. You won't find better prices on fine Damascus steel pocket knives like this anywhere else, so go ahead and get two - one to wield and one to showcase. We make it easy and painless!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.60 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Robert Scott Godwin
Oct 27, 2018
(5 out of 5)
Yes it's real Damascus

Nice lockback for the price. I got this in a mystery deal and have not carried it but, it's very nice and it is genuine Damacus. It would make a excellent gift for the holidays. I would buy this knife without hesitation!


Feb 27, 2018
(5 out of 5)
Nice knife

This is a sort of “gentleman’s folding pocketknife.” The walnut and pakkawood scales are well made for a mass production piece, and the pins hold them in place well over time (around three months as an edc now and still no wobble). The blade is just as tight at first though, and definitely needs to be worn in a bit before it’ll comfortable open one handed. The blade IS made of real damascus steel. It’s lower quality, industrial production damascus as opposed to hand crafted, but it is REAL. Makes perfect sense considering that cheap, mass produced damascus pieces are kinda Timber Wolf’s thing. So be warned: if you try stupid stuff like cutting up beer cans or something, then you WILL scratch through the very thin layer of steel that was acid etched, and the pattern on the blade WILL be much less distinct. If you’re looking for a work horse look else where. If you want a light use edc that looks good and doesn’t break the bank, one of these will serve you well.

John DeGroof
Aug 27, 2016
(3 out of 5)
OK for the price

Do you really think you're getting "damascus" at this price? Of course not. The damascus pattern is printed on the blade. This is evident by the texture (or lack thereof), compared to my other real damascus blades, as well as the sharpened edge, the filed back, and scratches (yes, on a new product), where it's clearly plain steel. Not only that, even though the blade came in an oiled plastic wrapper, there are early signs of rust (discoloration in places), and significant rust inside the blade bay (not up on my terminology, so if there's a term for it, I don't know it) at the joins. The blade sharpening was also not very well done - there are some rough spots toward the back of the blade, and a couple nicks in the middle. As a previous reviewer stated, this knife has a lot of resistance opening and closing (more like grinding). It's not all doom and gloom. The woodwork is well done, and it feels great in-hand (it has a 'different' feel than any other wood knife I own, in a good way). The grey wood has a nice pattern, and nice depth in bright light. This is a display knife, purely for aesthetics (not quality). Again, it's a cheap knife - I've just been spoiled by other brands in the same price range. I'm not a true collector, just a hobbyist, so if you don't know much about knives, you'll likely be pleased; if you're a collector however, you'll have far more harsh thoughts than I do.

Cody Robinson
Mar 28, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Beautiful knife but....

The knife overall is great needs to be sharpened and the finish work is just not good at all there is 3 spots where its extremely rough from grinding and heat marks where it is still rough but I'm still happy with my purchase

Kaya Hallelujah
Dec 22, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Good Knife

Good knife. My only complaint is that it's a little stiff to open. Aside from that, the knife is very good looking and fairly sharp out of the box. I am not disappointed.

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