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Rough Rider Collector's

Home of the Rough Rider. RR offers all of the great knife patterns from the past. Quality and affordable, a rare product these days.

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Rough Rider

Although an Import Rough Rider Brand by Smoky Mountain Knife Works continues to get high marks as a favorite for collectors.

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Quality

Started by Todd Helmkamp. Last reply by Steve Aug 31. 16 Replies

I own about 6 RR knives now, varying patterns, and I"m just amazed by the quality for the price.  Have any of you had any quality issues?Continue

Show us Your Rough Riders!

Started by Steve Hanner. Last reply by Jan Carter Aug 24. 323 Replies

We wanted to have a place to post all those great pictures of Rough Rider Knives. One rule only, they must be a Rough Rider!Continue

Tags: Pictures, Rider, Rough

All of the Rough Rider Series and Rough rider patterns

Started by Tobias Gibson. Last reply by Steve Aug 21. 30 Replies

The purpose of this discussion is to try to identify all of the Rough Riders Knives past, present and Future.   I've only got around a 100 of the 1000 or more Riders out there.  Most of those are…Continue

The Series Is Complete!

Started by Charles Sample. Last reply by Steve Aug 21. 6 Replies

Rough Rider produced a series of twelve knives called The Rifleman Series.  I have finally acquired the whole series.  Here is a picture of the complete set.…Continue

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Comment by Tobias Gibson on July 25, 2014 at 9:41

Good one Charles.  I love the RR 5 inch Toothpicks.  I just wished they made more than 5 of them.

My latest Rough Rider is an oldie but goodie.  The RR492 Canoe with tortoise shell handles.

It is part of my growing collection of Tortoise Shell.

RR 495 peanut

RR 505 Baby Toothpick

RR 492 Canoe

RR 514 Work Knife (Locking Soddy)

Marbles MR 207  5 inch Toothpick

Not sure ho many more RR Tortoise Shells I will get but I'll at least get the Reverse Gunstock and the Straight Razor.  There is also a nice Bever Creek (Frost) Trapper with a Sharps Carbine Shield) and Marbles Sleeveboard Whittler in tortoise shell that look enticing.

(And yes I know it is imitation tortoise. Many Knife Companies in America led the way in banning the use of tortoise shell for knife handles.  I think  many American Companies stopped using it before WWI.  Several other companies followed suit soon after WWI.   Other industries were much slower with many continuing to use the actual tortoise shell until the world wide ban in 1973.)

Comment by Steve Hanner on July 25, 2014 at 8:49

I really do like the combination of the rifle shield and that long blade!

Comment by Ken Spielvogel on July 25, 2014 at 1:40

Nice one Charles

Comment by Charles Sample on July 24, 2014 at 22:51

I got this RR711 Rifleman Series Large Toothpick today.

Comment by Steve Hanner on July 24, 2014 at 21:43

So anybody get a new Rough Rider?

Comment by Steve Hanner on July 22, 2014 at 11:58

And thus concludes today's geological lesson!  My goodness, well synthetic sure helps explain the price differential!

Comment by Steve Hanner on July 22, 2014 at 11:54

Blade Etch though for sure would be unique.  I find this funny... Ralph operates out of his basement and has stock on some of these knives so keep him in mind for a hard to find or discontinued or just plain out of stock.

Comment by Tobias Gibson on July 22, 2014 at 11:52

Oh yeah.  There ain't no such thing as red turquoise.  The red stone is synthetic bloody basin jasper which is a red jasper with spider vein of black, brown, or green.  (Not to be confused with Bloody Jasper which is a green jasper with red veins.)  The yellow stone in the Stoneworx line is yellow jasper.  These stones are often called red and yellow turquoise but the stones are NOT turquoise. 

Turquoise is an opaque, blue-to-green mineral that is a hydrous phosphate of copper and aluminium.

Jasper, a form of chalcedony, is an opaque, impure variety of silica, usually red, yellow, brown or green in color; and rarely blue.

Comment by Steve Hanner on July 22, 2014 at 11:51

Well I did see a difference in the stone layout but was not sure if they produced them all identical?

Comment by Tobias Gibson on July 22, 2014 at 11:42

That Stoneworx looks a tad different than the ones I've seen.  I only have one of the Stockmans(RR914).  The other ones are RR913 and RR915.  Does this one have a pattern number.  The stone layout is different than the other Stoneworx Stockmans and I've never seen that blade etch.  Pretty cool looking stockman. 

 
 
 

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