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question on remington knives

Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by michman, Apr 12, 2008.

  1. michman


    Sep 3, 2007
    Bought 2 from dunhams black delrin large stockman and texas jack
    for 12 bucks each for my nephews are these any good i carry a spyderco thumb hole clip on g2 stainless made in seki city japan and love it but there gonna use and abuse them. Who makes them and any suggestions about a cheap knife but decent quality that will be used and resharpened many times.
  2. JD Mandrell

    JD Mandrell Gold Member Gold Member

    Apr 20, 2001
    I've got one Stockman in this Remington "Sportsman" series in black delrin. Not a bad knife actually.

    Not sure who makes them for Remington, since they are Chinese made it could be any number of companies.

    There are lots of import brands that are fairly cheap and decent quality, but in my experience Bucks are not only some of the better ones, but are backed by the same lifetime warranty that all other Buck knives are.
  3. timsclips


    Nov 27, 2007
    I bought one of the Texas Jack pattern Remington Sportsman knives a couple of months ago. $10 at the Rural King. Other than a lot of grittiness when opening and closing the blades it was not too bad. Very heavy compared to other knives about the same size. Have not used the blades enough to give an opinion on the quality of steel.
  4. Sword and Shield

    Sword and Shield

    Apr 3, 2004
    Not all the Remingtons are Chinese. I've one sitting on my desk- a Moose from 2007- that is US made.
  5. Hargis Knives

    Hargis Knives

    Jan 1, 2008
    I like kissing cranes. I did a review of a kissing crane trapper on here. you should be able to find it on search. I paid around 14 dollars.
  6. JD Mandrell

    JD Mandrell Gold Member Gold Member

    Apr 20, 2001
    I didn't say they were, I was specifically referring to the "Sportsman" series in black delrin, which are all made in China. :thumbup:
  7. navihawk


    Feb 21, 2006
    Earlier ones are Camillus. I have a 75th Anniversary R106 that I'm not sure if it is Camillus or Bear. If anyone knows please chime in.
  8. michman


    Sep 3, 2007
    Thanks guys for the info just ordered 2 knives from smkw the case sodbuster jr and the rough rider trapper they were sold out of the carbon blade so i got the other one and the trapper i got in fake tortoise shell/plastic but i like the way it looked will be looking to get a kissing crane next thanks HARGIS i did not know anything about them but they look nice and for the price how can you go wrong.
    I will have to post later if carbon blade are better and how do you keep them from turning black and rusting ie oiling the etc and i read the some guys clean the knives when they get the like pour ballistol down them whatever that is will have to find that out as well

    but thanks i am still a knife dummy but im reading and learning with your guys help
  9. mp510


    Mar 20, 2006
    Despite being Chinese made, those little Remington knives are pretty well made and should be decent enough users. I have one of their peanuts that I bought on clearance from Dick's. The Chinese do traditionals a lot better than they do tacticals.
  10. Fred55


    Mar 27, 2008
    I read that Bear is making Remington Bullet Knives now that Camillus is out. Not sure about the others.
  11. Absintheur

    Absintheur Banned by Moderators Banned

    Jan 31, 2008
    I would add that in the seconds grab bags from Rough Rider at least one with a Remington marked blade has shown up. Would probably be safe to say the make some for Remington.
  12. El Lobo

    El Lobo

    Sep 6, 2002
    I'm pretty certain the same Chinese factory that makes the Rough Rider knives, makes the Chinese Remington knives. Not likely they'll release "Collector Information" about them to us here in the U.S.A.

    Bear and Son made a 2008 Remington knife series (Heritage?) as well.

  13. peter78


    Feb 20, 2003
    I have one, very nice nice. Very nice feel to it, wonderful stag handle. It is a Camillus. It came out in the mid to late 90's. When I see this knife, it is a wonder why they went under.

    Actually I have quite a few Remingtons built by Camillus and one Bear, which I bought last week. I sure do miss Camillus.:rolleyes:

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