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Discussion in 'The Randall Made Knives Collector's Forum' started by mamun1024, Mar 15, 2011.
Nice job, you have skills!
He sure does. He’s made a couple sheaths for me and they are a joy to look at and use.
This just came in yesterday. I thought it was a wrench I bought for work. I tore open the box and found the Model 1 I ordered 5.5 years ago.
^^ Would have loved to have seen your face when you realized your "mistake". Very nice.
That is awesome!
I know. I kind of wanted to savor the moment. Lol!
Here are some Model 5-6”.
I have more but it started to rain!
Forgot one pic:
That's a whole lot of dedication, Rod. Do you recall when you started collecting Model #5's? At least fifteen years ago, twenty maybe?
I think it was 20 years ago. I have gone through many versions of what RMK I wanted to collect. Started out each Model, that allowed, black micarta handle material. Got them all and then fumbled in no man’s land, buying everything for a few years, before I started on Model 5’s.
That is one beautiful knife and sheath, Congrats just pure awesomeness right there, from the blade too the handle.
This one got buried in my 'oddball' post from a few pages back. It's pretty rare. For years I've heard there's another, but haven't seen it...
Last year at bear camp
Beautiful knife, I have one coming.
Used to have a 1-7 when I was in the military (1980's), went missing/stolen soon after I got out. Had the leather handle on that one.
Here is a “Wandering S” Model 5-5”. It is a “cross” between a Separate S and a Low S.
Came in today, 1-7 was kinda dull out of the box so I already sharpened it.
750_2529 by Jim Ankerson, on Flickr
750_2531 by Jim Ankerson, on Flickr
Love it. Glad you replaced the stolen one. Use it in good heath and thanks for your service.
I plan on have a good time using it.
Here are some 5-5’s, all with sawteeth.
Here is a newer 5-6”, with 7 options.