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1-7 black-ash-burl
1-7 black-ash-burl Image
This fighter features a 7" stainless steel blade, brass double hilt, brass and black spacers and a radiused brass butt cap with a thong hole. The handle is a spectacular piece of Black Ash Burl. Furnished with a brown model "A" sheath.
4-4.5 Image
This model #4.5" features a stainless steel blade, nickel silver single hilt, custom spacers and a custom Impala horn handle with a natural end. Brown Model B sheath.
5 - 4 Olive Wood
5 - 4 Olive Wood Image
This Camp and Trail # 5 features a 4" Stainless Blade, Thumb Notches, Nickel Silver Hilt, All Black Spacers, Flawless Customer Supplied Olive Wood with a Border Patrol Handle shape and radiused Duralumin butt cap. Furnished with a brown Model "B" sheath.
7-4.5 Fisherman-Hunter - Tom Leschorn
7-4.5 Fisherman-Hunter - Tom Leschorn Image
Randall Knives discontinued the sale of 'Kit' knives in early 1974. Thereafter the only individual that could purchase a "blade-only" from the shop was Tom Leschorn. These blades were required to be etched with a "L" adjacent to the Randall trademark to designate a Leschorn made Randall.
Tom made custom randall knives until the very early 1990's - this Model #7-4.5 Fisherman-Hunter model with 'L' etched stainless steel blade, nickel-silver hilt 'and' spacers, maple burl concave handle, and Leschorn made custom sheath would have been one of his last made. An extremely rare one-of-a-kind Randall knife.

All natural handle materials are subject to checking and/or cracking under extremes of temperature and humidity. As such natural materials are not guaranteed.

All the African Elephant ivory from which these knife handles were crafted pre-dates the ivory ban of 1989. Additionally these knives, handled with pre-ban African Elephant ivory, qualify for the de minimis exemption of the current USFWS ivory restrictions and may be traded in interstate commerce.