Camillus Cartridge Collection

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Remington Salutes NKCA’s 25th Anniversary Knife

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mtangent,

My take on your knife is that it was possibly a rejected knife due to the shield cavity being off center as you said. The fact that the blade is not etched and the wrong shield is in there tells me it was not completed as a CCC Series knife. Hope this helps.
 
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A factory second type of thing? That makes some sense. Why would they have put a different cartridge in it?
 
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If that WAS the case, then they probably put whichever shield was available sizewise in it. The lack of an etch on the blade is a dead giveaway to me.
 

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Question to Phil or any other experts: how many of each CCC models were produced?

Sorry Vitaly, I can't remember.
I know the CCC-1 is the rarest, with 2 variations: with crinked or plain center scale.
 
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I had traded away the first CCC7 that I bought in 2006; always regretted that, and a few months ago found another one so I got it. Large and heavy, but pretty and well made. Love the polished dark brown bone.
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I just bought one out of this series of knives, and I would like to find the rest of the series, probably take me a while, but here's the question. How many knives in this series, and which models are they? The one I bought is CCC-7, the .270 Winchester, a replica of the big old Remington R4243 Camp Bullet Knife. I've seen two more out of this series, a 7mm Mauser toothpick and a .45 Colt Baby Bullet Knife like the Remington R1173. Let me know what I'm searching for please! :)
 
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I have a knife that say Camillus New York has a bullet looking emblem that says c.c.c. 30-06 and the letters SPRG (I believe). It has 5 blades one a saw blade , screw driver, opener, small blade and larger blade brownish color could it be one of the series you mentioned I can see couple pictures if I can figure it out or to your email.
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Camp Utility 5-Blade ( #C4 )

Opened length: 6-1/4” (160 mm)
Closed length: 3-5/8” (94 mm)
2-1/2” (61 mm) Spear Blade;
1-3/4” (46 mm) Scalloped Coping Blade;
1-1/4” (28 mm) Phillips Screwdriver;
2-1/2” (64 mm) Wood Saw;
1-1/4” (32 mm) Cap Lifter/Screwdriver;
440A stainless steel
Nickel-silver bolsters
Delrin handle with brass .30-06 Springfield shield

Produced: 1993-2001
MSRP (2001): $31.95

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Camp Utility 5-Blade ( #C4 )

Opened length: 6-1/4” (160 mm)
Closed length: 3-5/8” (94 mm)
2-1/2” (61 mm) Spear Blade;
1-3/4” (46 mm) Scalloped Coping Blade;
1-1/4” (28 mm) Phillips Screwdriver;
2-1/2” (64 mm) Wood Saw;
1-1/4” (32 mm) Cap Lifter/Screwdriver;
440A stainless steel
Nickel-silver bolsters
Delrin handle with brass .30-06 Springfield shield

Produced: 1993-2001
MSRP (2001): $31.95

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Thank you so much this one with saw blade is one I have I just didn’t know anything about it . I really appreciate your help
 
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I just realized my knife only has one saw blade a larger one. Had smaller blade and screw driver on bottom end
 
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