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If you never use it how do you know it will work when you need it to. There is a guy on the forum that underscores his postings with a little blurb about the idiot that gets all upset about getting a " booboo on the finish of his gun that he has never fired" I love it ! Stag and Micarta are nice to look at but not really functional in the woods. If you collect them, use them or just like them take a look at the Randall Knife Society Forum here: how time changes things. I got a model 18 attack/survival,7.5" in the late '70s;before the handles were knurled.
If you collect all of this stuff, And I am not above doing this. Somewhere here on this forum about four years ago I stated I didn't understand the big deal about Randall Made Knives. It's never cut anything;and probably won't while I have it Mike As I have a few minutes of down time and can access the 1911 forum without the computer police blocking me.
It has a 9" carbon steel blade, stag grip and brass trimmings: I did my best to put a dent in the local Diamondback population.
I used the Bowie for removing the heads and tails and the 10-3 worked great for skinning them all out. I plan to use them and the rattles in some of my leather projects.
My Randall 14 got 'lost' somewhere between the Triage area and patient property room in a hospital I got medivaced to.
The SOG and the Gun Site Service Pistol get buried with me.
I recently sold a 5" #1 with stag handle from the 50's.
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I am looking for a smaller model 25 to complete my Randall wish list. Randall's are the best Not collecting any more and I sold or gave away what I had but about 12 or so years ago, I got lucky (I guess) and called them up and bought a #1 from inventory and got it in a few days and even got a #14 with a single custom feature in a few weeks. Even the dealers are 2-3 years out on knives ordered now from what I can tell.There were knives in that bunch that I could not afford to replace now.One example was a near mint Ariel M3 in an M6 sheath. And now, Harleys are common and, while not cheap, are available everywhere at or even below MSRP.the last one I got was the #1 about 20 years ago and it took about a year or so to get it. At the peak, I had a Springfield #1, a "Low S" #1, a pair of matching 50s vintage 1-8 and 2-8, 2 #14 with original riveted sheaths, and a very nice #18 with white sharpening stone.In '92, I got the bug for another Harley, so sold ,000 in collector knives. For those unfamiliar with the Low S knives, back in '63, when Randall first started making stainless knives, they didn't have a single stamp with "Randall Made S" logo.As soon as I find the right one at a decent price I'll grab it. the last one I got was the #1 about 20 years ago and it took about a year or so to get it. __________________ It is a joyful thing indeed to hold intimate converse with a man after ones own heart, chatting without reserve about things of interest or the fleeting topics of the world; but such, alas, are few and far between.Yoshida Kenko (1283-1350) I just went to their shop last week, when I was on a business trip!I have a Randall 7.5" Model 18 Attack & Survival that I carried and used for the better part of 20 years. ) Regards, I currently have a # 14 and a special order model 5 with an 8" blade.My wife bought it for me when I was a breand new LT at Bragg. Both in forged carbon steel and both are great knives.I have the carcases laying in a cage on an ant hill, so I can come back and collect the small bones to use in my leather projects too: This guy is a Bull snake.Randall Made Knives, usually referred to as Randall, is an American custom handcrafted knife manufacturer founded by Walter Doane "Bo" Randall, Jr. Two examples of Randall's Model 17 "Astro", designed for the use of astronauts, are on display in the Smithsonian Institution.