1. What is your warranty policy?
    Sarge Knives Lifetime Warranty covers the defects due to workmanship of materials. Lifetime warranty does not cover damage due to normal wear, abuse, improper maintenance, disassembly of parts, or attempted repair. It is the responsibility of the dealer and/or customer to return the defective product with postage paid to SARGE Warranty Department. Visit SARGE Warranty to complete the warranty form. 
  2. What is the difference between 440 and 440C Stainless Steel?
    There are 3 types of 440 stainless steel, 440A, 440B and 440C. We use 440A and 440C. 440 A – 440 B – 440C The carbon content (and harden-ability) of this stainless steel goes up in order from A (.75%) to B (.9%) to C (1.2%). 440C Stainless Steel is an excellent, high-end stainless steel, usually hardened to around 56-58 Rc compared to 440A around 52-54Rc. All three resist rust well, with 440A being the most rust resistant, and 440C the least. Many high end dive knives are made using 440A. 440C is consider by many as the ultimate general-use stainless. If your knife is marked with just “440″, it is 440A; because the 440C is a more expensive, we want to advertise that. Our feeling is that 440A is well suited for everyday use and 440-C is excellent.
  3. Can I get any item customized?
    Sarge Knives offers laser engraving for personalized gifts on select items. Visit Personalized Products to view the products available for engraving.  SARGE also offers 
  4. My screws are coming loose on my knife, what can I do?
    Normal use of any knife or tool may make the screws come loose and most can be tightened with Torx or Alan Wrench. You can also apply some thread lock such as LocTite to the fastener for a more permanent solution.
  5. Where are Sarge Knives sold?
    Sarge Knives products are carried in various independent retail stores across the country. Visit Find a Dealer to see a listing of our current dealers.