Investment Grade

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 Randall Made 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.

 

 

Randall Sub-hilt One Off

$5,975.00

Randall Sub-hilt One Off Image
This one of a kind Randall would be the centerpiece of any collection of Randall Made Knives.
This special sub-hilt fighter was crafted in 1979 for Randall dealer Jack Crider and first offered in Rhett Stidham's famous "Green Catalog" of 1991. It features a specially forged, full tang fighter blade with a hand rubbed satin finish. The 8 inch stainless blade was the first Randall crafted with 154CM steel. The Randall trademark stamp is on the reverse side and parallel to the double nickel silver hilt. Between the main hilt and the sub-hilt is a pinned ivory insert followed by pinned walnut burl slabs on either side of the full tapered tang. Furnished with a rough back Johnson sheath that has Fighter written on back and carries a white bear sharpening stone.

Randall Sub-hilt One Off

$5,975.00

Randall Sub-hilt One Off Image
This one of a kind Randall would be the centerpiece of any collection of Randall Made Knives.
This special sub-hilt fighter was crafted in 1979 for Randall dealer Jack Crider and first offered in Rhett Stidham's famous "Green Catalog" of 1991. It features a specially forged, full tang fighter blade with a hand rubbed satin finish. The 8 inch stainless blade was the first Randall crafted with 154CM steel. The Randall trademark stamp is on the reverse side and parallel to the double nickel silver hilt. Between the main hilt and the sub-hilt is a pinned ivory insert followed by pinned walnut burl slabs on either side of the full tapered tang. Furnished with a rough back Johnson sheath that has Fighter written on back and carries a white bear sharpening stone.