KnifeForums.com - Intelligent Discussion for the knife enthusiast
Recent Members
Welcome them to our community!
Recent Topics
Recent Pictures
thumb_1427539772-2.JPG
thumb_1427496895-Kellam_puukko_handle.jpg
thumb_1427473845-1487342_739218436145333_356981617097186523_n.jpg
thumb_1427340768-1.JPG
thumb_1427325846-1.JPG
thumb_1427291973-1.JPG
thumb_1427238884-Mammoth_Tooth_1.jpg
thumb_1426797968-HPIM1121_zpsrwfj5l75_1_.jpg
thumb_1426602949-218-Afzelia-Hunter-c.jpg
thumb_1426253428-HPIM1113_zpshoodsxjj_1_.jpg
Current Quote
"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."
~ Abraham Lincoln
154 Online Now
6 viewable users (
    ) and 0 hidden plus 148 guests are online now.
    Username Post: rigid max edge blackfoot hunter        (Topic#829997)
    seniormcblade
    Master Member KnifeNut!
    *
    08-20-08 01:48.54 - Post#1610103    



    i recently picked up a rigid blackfoot hunter i paid little to nothing what is its worth? thanks joe from pr


     
    brianWE
    Member
    *
    08-20-08 10:27.58 - Post#1610610    


        In response to seniormcblade

    From memory, Rigid was a United Cutlery import brand in the early-mid 90s.
    Moderately priced. Some cheaper.
    I don't think they have a collector following.

    Been wrong before, though.
    Brian W Edginton
    The Truth will make you free......and very, very alone.





     
    bax 40
    Master Member KnifeNut!
    *
    08-20-08 11:41.06 - Post#1610700    


        In response to brianWE

    I dont know about high prices or collectability but they made some very usable knives. I own a very nice boot knife by them and saw some real quality hunters in the past.

    Larry
    God is Dog spelled backwards!


     
    brianWE
    Member
    *
    08-20-08 11:44.16 - Post#1610701    


        In response to bax 40

    Just checked an old catalog....definitely some nice fixed blades.
    Brian W Edginton
    The Truth will make you free......and very, very alone.





     
    bax 40
    Master Member KnifeNut!
    *
    08-20-08 12:29.44 - Post#1610754    


        In response to brianWE

    Yeah and I just looked at mine and it is made in USA.

    Larry
    God is Dog spelled backwards!


     
    brianWE
    Member
    *
    08-20-08 12:38.16 - Post#1610773    


        In response to bax 40

    • Quote:
    Yeah and I just looked at mine and it is made in USA.



    Cool.
    Many United Cut knives were imported.
    My catalog shows a great range in prices for Rigid fixed blades.
    From around $40 to over $100.
    Maybe the source determined the price.
    Brian W Edginton
    The Truth will make you free......and very, very alone.





     
    BOB_THE_DOG
    Member
    *
    08-21-08 09:18.10 - Post#1611615    


        In response to brianWE

    $12.99 http://www.allaboutpocketknives.com...

     
    BOB_THE_DOG
    Member
    *
    08-21-08 09:25.20 - Post#1611620    


        In response to BOB_THE_DOG

    I have one of these, but yet to use it, and I also have a winchester skinning knife which is virtually identical, smaller lanyard hole and smaller handle scales on the winchester, but same knife!
    http://www.acephotodigital.com/sc/r...

     
    bax 40
    Master Member KnifeNut!
    *
    08-21-08 13:55.24 - Post#1611880    


        In response to BOB_THE_DOG

    The one I have is ivory micarta handles and high gloss finished , I had never seen the sharp finger style with the black blade.

    Larry
    God is Dog spelled backwards!


     
    Icon Legend Permissions & Sharing Options Topic Options
    Print Topic


    969 Views
    KnifeForums.com - Intelligent Discussion for the knife enthusiast
    KnifePromotions

    arenaro@verizon.net

    FusionBB™ Version 3.2 | ©2003-2015 InteractivePHP, Inc.
    Execution time: 0.302 seconds.   Total Queries: 153   Zlib Compression is on.
    All times are (GMT-12.0). Current time is 23:48.47
    Top