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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...
"Looking forward to using them on my next hunt for feral pigs."
Going to shave the pig?
"... sharpened for 2 inches, mine isn't really sharp enough to cut my finger. Does anyone really sharopen the top of the knife ..."
By the way, if you are interested in a sheath, you might try to contact Sullivan's Holster Shop (2521 Success Dr, Suite 1, Odessa, FL 33556)...
I bought a seven-inch Model #1 from Randall in 1964. (click here) Very similar to yours (except my blade is stainless steel). similarities: the...
-Best guess as to year of production?
My guess is the 1960’s. (1) Handle has 7 spacers, typical of that era; (2) stag handles before...
The stainless steel guard operation requires more skill and care than do either the brass or the nickel silver operation. I believe only one...
Maker is Spec-Ops.
Full description: "Features & Benefits: Fully adjustable utility / tool pouch. "550-cord" tie-down and leg-loop...
Have you thought about one of these sheaths? picture
A great knife!
Very similar to my stainless 15 (except your brass hilt is thicker than mine, and your finger grooves are deeper). Assuming your...
Yes, my original sheath had rivets.
Am looking forward to seeing pictures of your knife, sheath, and stone.
This stainless Solingen 15 [click here] is the ‘real McCoy.’ I mail ordered it from Randall in the 1960’s, paying less than $30 if I remember...