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    Username Post: Randalls: Mdl 1, 14, 16-7" SP#1        (Topic#924429)
    Master Member KnifeNut!
    07-18-12 05:16.44 - Post#2484419    

    I am selling three of my Randalls. Prices include shipping to U.S. I will ship overseas, but only Express Mail, so it will add to cost. I accept Paypal (+3% unless gift)and USPS Money Orders. I am not interested in trades. Lowball offers won't be considered. Any questions or wanting to purchase, absolute best way to contact me is by e-mail: xeodguy at hotmail dot com. Thanks.

    First up is a Model 1 with 7" blade, about as standard as they come. Carbon steel blade, stacked leather handle, Duraluminum butt cap, double brass guard, sharpened false edge. It isn't new, but doesn't look like it has been sharpened. It sure isn't very sharp, though. The stone shows some kind of use, and some stains from sitting in the sheath. I did store the knife out of the sheath after I got it. Picked it up at a gun show in PA about 1995, never did carry it or use it - one reason I'm not too sentimental about letting it go. Standard Randall Model A sheath. Would make a great user for somebody in the military. I would like to get $440 for it.

    The next one is a Model 14 7-1/2" Attack. Brand new, unpacked to examine it when it arrived, then again for the pics. Carbon steel blade, sharpened false edge, black Micarta finger groove handle - again, this one is pretty standard. I felt like this was a pretty good design for a combat/utility knife because it could be used to hack, pry, chop, slice or slash, and it's sturdier than a Model 1 which is much more of a pure fighter. Standard sheath. This was my very first "personal" Randall, one I ordered for me, but again, I haven't used it so I haven't gotten too attached to it. Still, I would like to get $485 for it.

    The last Randall is a Model 16-7" SP#1 "Special #1 Fighter". It was a non-catalogue model when I ordered it, now it is standard. Stainless steel blade, sharpened false edge, Model A sheath - nothing special, really. Seemed like a good compromise, with features of both the Model 14 and the Model 1. My second, and as of right now, my last Randall. Again, I would like $485 for this one.


    Master Member KnifeNut!
    07-22-12 06:49.19 - Post#2485260    

        In response to xeodguy

    Going to drop the prices and offer a package deal.

    Model 1 - $425
    Model 14 - $460
    Model 16 SP#1 - $460

    Take all three for $1325.

    Master Member KnifeNut!
    07-23-12 05:31.53 - Post#2485402    

        In response to xeodguy

    The Model 14 is sold on another forum

    Remaining two knives as priced individually, or $875 for both.
    Master Member KnifeNut!
    07-26-12 13:31.33 - Post#2486207    

        In response to xeodguy

    The Model 16-7 SP#1 has sold on another forum.
    Master Member KnifeNut!
    07-30-12 13:38.33 - Post#2487014    

        In response to xeodguy

    The only one left is the Model 1: price reduced to $405. Thanks much.

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