W.R. Case and Sons To Make Ruger Knives
Hunting- W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company is pleased to announce a licensing agreement with Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. that makes Case Cutlery the exclusive supplier of Ruger-brand knife products. This agreement brings together two industry-leading manufacturers who offer premium-quality, handcrafted products made exclusively in America.
Sturm, Ruger’s President, Stephen L. Sanetti remarked, “This is the first licensing agreement of its kind in Ruger’s 55-year history. We are very pleased to be associated with a company like W.R. Case & Sons that shares our philosophy of providing top-quality American-made products.” He notes the contributions made by the two companies in preserving manufacturing jobs in the United States.
“At a time when so many American companies are choosing to eliminate manufacturing jobs and outsource their production overseas, Case and Sturm, Ruger stand apart as true American manufacturers,” says Tom Arrowsmith, Case’s President and Chief Executive Officer. Case and Sturm, Ruger both started from humble beginnings decades ago to become leaders of their respective industries. Both companies employ highly skilled American craftsmen to build their products and have won numerous awards for their innovative designs. Today, the Case and Ruger brands appeal to a broad range of consumers, including sports enthusiasts, avid collectors and members of the law enforcement community.
Several Ruger licensed knives are scheduled for introduction this year, including a Burnt Honey Bone-handled Trapper inlayed with a red and silver Ruger Eagle Shield. The knife will be housed in a large tin featuring an image of the famous Ruger “Red Barn” factory in Southport, CT. The clip and spey blades of this Trapper knife bear the signatures of Sturm, Ruger founders Alexander Sturm and William B. Ruger, Sr. Another introductory offer features an eight-knife family of Black Bone-handled knives bearing a red and silver Ruger Eagle Shield inlay. These knives will be individually packaged in string-drawn pouches and housed in specially designed tins.
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