Randall Knives

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  1. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    Real nice knives 76, and thanks fot the link!
    (hummmm...step by step instructions.....got me thinki'n) :D
  3. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Zane, Pretty tempting trying to make one, but I would rather order one because I am sure mine would not look as good as Randall's. Maybe I will order one in the fall. Hopefully I will be able to see a collection of them and even get to hold them. Thanks Zane.
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    I hope it works out for you...they do look like quality-well made knives!

    I've had this "knife making" thought bounceing around in this small brain of mine for a few years now. Ive got plenty of deer antler sheds and wanting to use those as handles.
    Here soon, I'll be out getting new antler sheds as the deer around here are just starting to shed. (been keeping track of their progress with my security camera set-up)
  5. Lee D

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    wish list buddy...wish list
  6. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Ouch. You are going to make me drool on my pc? I guess I'de better bellie up to the bar. Be right back with that.
  7. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Here it goes Woody.

    http://www.randallknives.com/index.php

    A ) Model 6-9" All Purpose Carving Set
    A ) Model 11 "Alaskan Skinner"
    C ) Model 23 "Gamemaster"
    A ) Model 1 "All-Purpose Fighting Knife"


    You don't have to say a thing Woody. I know I have impeckable taste. But you just broke my piggy bank.

    Jim
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    model 25...thats what i want, but DAMN that waiting list is long.
    http://www.randallknives.com/catalog.php?action=modeldetail&id=2

    theres a dealer that regularly attends the gun shows i frequent, and he usually has 20-25....i have to drag myself away from that table reminding myself i have all the knives i need, and i could buy alotta reloading supplies for that kinda money
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  9. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, the trapper is also nice. Honestly It's a hard choice to figure out what the first one will be but I am going to be on that list at the end of this year.
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    Dang....Jim, NICE!
    Was having a look and I do like the skinners!

    [***A ) Model 6-9" All Purpose Carving Set
    ***A ) Model 11 "Alaskan Skinner"
    ***C ) Model 23 "Gamemaster"
    ***A ) Model 1 "All-Purpose Fighting Knife"]...wow!
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    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    Uhhh... Jim...buddy, ya might have to be 2nd on that long list!!! ;):D
    :lmao2:
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    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    First Woody cuts in front and now you push me out. Who's next to shove me down? Hmmm, who will it be? Probably gun runner or one shot.
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    ..you may be thinking, "Woody or Would'nt he?" ...and then, "Woodthey
    or Would'nt they"...that's just too many "double you's" in the equation to
    go "with" a good feeling of being at or near the proximity of the top of
    the food chain of survival when buy(w)ing a good knife as such! :thud:
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    The knives look nice. I dont like the handles on those that got the small handles but anyone should work for these pitbulls that are coming on my place attacking my pets.

    Maybe this will take better care of that problem :lmao:

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    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    He's not happy.
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    :lmao:
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    DANG I'd hate to be face to face with that beast without something! :eek:

    BTW Jim, those knives are REALY nice, but just not on my budget
    at the time. :(
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    allright....im gonna put my name on that list as well. i can always use another good knife, right?
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