My Randall knives

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BearBiologist

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Hi,

Sorry for that, Greg--I'm still learning to navigate the reply procedure.

But if you're willing to forgive, I could always do with some new parents who have a nice old Toyota they'd like to pass down! ;)

Rick C
Sorry, I sold the FJ40. I do miss it but too many broken bones to wrestle with non-power steering and a stiff clutch. Do have a 2019 low-mileage 4Runner but that's promised to my nephew - sorry! :cry::cry::cry::cry:

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sharpblade7777

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"Does anyone actually use them?" Yes, lots of people use them and have used them for decades. Do some people just collect them and never use them? Yes. Just like guns or any other item. There are all kinds.

I have 14 Randalls all bought new at his shop.
The first one was a #5 with stag for $165.
None cost over $300.
Most where bought in the 70s and early 80s
I use the 2 Alaskan skinners each fall.
They have quadrupled in price since then. Plus the old ones are worth more now.
 

Mauser9

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Well you guys/gals got me beat! My best is still that 66 made Puma. Nice to have valuable "keepers" I imagine those stag/bone handled knives are pretty expensive today. Recall seeing plenty back in the 60s with bone grips. Pretty reasonable prices too on many. Thanks for showing some real quality.
 

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