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All of my earliest Models 14, 15, and 12-9 sheaths have their keeper straps on the "sharp" side. On more recent ones the strap is reversed....
Randall Model 14 with black Micarta handle and carbon steel blade, circa 1969-1972 if sheath and stone are original.
The Model 22 handle is described by Randall as “Nickel silver hilt. Duralumin ‘crow’s beak’ butt cap.”
It’s a Randall Model 1 – "All Purpose Fighting Knife" with 7 inch blade and the option of a "#22 handle with crow's beak butt cap." Appears to be...
I will be passing on this one. Sorry I won't be there to say hello.
OOPS. Mitchell, I may have stepped on your answer--sorry!
The 1939 to 1942 catalog described stag as “fancy stag.” The 1942 to 1945 catalog described it as “decorated stag.” The 1945 to 1948 catalog...
You are right, of course, but sometimes there is a downside:
I once decided that I could put a better blade profile on my Sebenza than Chris Reeve...
A great knife!
Here's mine: https://www.dropbox.com/s/r5cvrw5dmhhnt28/bear.jpg?dl=0
There are MANY imitation/counterfeit/fake Randall-stamped knives out there, often made in Eastern Europe. Some are even partially from the Randall...
Model #8 blade is 3/16 inch; Model #23 blade is 1/4 inch.
Picture of 2 Model 8 and 1 Model 23 for...
Models 2 and 5. Made in 1950's. Absolutely terrific knives!
Both of these are "standard."
At one time, Randall models 5, 11, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, as well as the Model 12 "Little Bear" came standard with the...
...anyway, it is a great Randall!
Mitchell owns everything good!
NICE one, Sheldon!
Here's a pic of an older one:
I once left a stainless Randall (blade marking: "SS") in the sheath for quite a while and then discovered some pitting. I was lucky to have the...