Randall Knives - If you want to lose an hour (or more)

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Neat site, thanks for sharing it.

Also found out about how much my first wife spent on the Model 18 she gave me in the 70's.
 

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Being totally ignorant on current prices, are his for sale knives in a fair market range?

Thanks for the site, lots of info there.
 

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Being totally ignorant on current prices, are his for sale knives in a fair market range?

Thanks for the site, lots of info there.
They’re very reasonable, bearing in mind you’re paying retail. We’re at the point, I think, where the money you save ordering from Randall isn’t worth the backlog. He’s a big name over on Knifetalk. He gets ahold of some seriously awesome and unusual stuff.
 

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randall's are way out of my preferred price point but it's gonna be fun going thru the site in depth. I just did a quick glance, photography was super. always admired them but never hooked up with one. appreciate the link.
 

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I gathered about 8-9 of them over the years. Sold them all but my Model 25 to a dealer last year. I did OK. I didn't lose $ on any knives but didn't get "retail" for them either. Nor did I care. It was time for them to move on. And if he keeps them, good for him. Sells em for near-retail, good for him as well.

That Model 25 just fits my hand so well. I'll never use it. Just for fondling. LOL
 
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