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I have had good luck with Rick Ward.I'm probably going to get another one (either a Model 14 or 16), after this one arrives. I'm going to go through one of the dealers and pay a little extra for a model already in stock. .
Do some research. Then dig up $3-600 bucks or so.I don't know anything about these knives but I'm guessing these cost a small fortune and are hard to come by? That's a particularly nice looking knife, I must say.
yeah, I noticed them also. you're right about that.but they look... beautiful.
When I was looking to get into CAS, I bought just such a Randall Bowie.yeah, I noticed them also. you're right about that.
my sponsor at Harvard did cowboy shoots. while there watching a shoot at his invitation, there were a gaggle of randall bowies riding on guys, and some gals, gun belts. if you need the equipment you may as well do it right. I remember one guy with one that had some age on it, beautiful. my sponsor owned a few. he has since passed away, but it was his knife of choice.
Member dmc51 has (3) beautiful new-old-stock Randalls posted in Members Classified for extremely reasonable prices if you are interested.
I have no connection with this member or these knives, but they look... beautiful.
(2) RM-25's and (1) RM-27
Rick Ward seams to have fallen on hard times, screwed a few people and lost his Randall Dealer Status.I have had good luck with Rick Ward.
I ordered a firemen, custom engraved and had it in 6 months, for no extra cost.
I also got a model 16 Diver about 10 years ago from him.
Rick Ward, Current Inventory of Randall Knives
"I am currently taking orders for Randall Knives
to be shipped in 4 to 5 months,
"all at Randall catalog prices of the delivery year "."