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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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All of the Rough Rider Series and Rough rider patterns

Started by Tobias Gibson. Last reply by Tobias Gibson 13 hours ago. 29 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

Looking for three Rough Riders

Started by Charles Sample. Last reply by Steve Hanner Oct 11. 11 Replies

I am looking for three of the Rough Rider Rifleman series.  There were twelve in the series and I have nine.  I have been unable to find the other three.The three I am missing are:RR705  TrapperRR706…Continue

Show us Your Rough Riders!

Started by Steve Hanner. Last reply by Jan Carter Oct 5. 305 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

I put a Rough Rider to the test

Started by Charles Sample. Last reply by Charles Sample Aug 26. 9 Replies

I have one of the Rough Rider Heavy Series, the Sidewinder.  Yesterday while out in my hunting area, I decided to see if I could chop down a tree with it.  I picked one about three inches in…Continue

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Comment by Tobias Gibson on March 29, 2014 at 13:03

Thanks my friends.  I'll have more videos in the near future.  Please consider subscribing to my You Tube channel. http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=W.+Tobias+Gibson&sm=3


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Comment by Ken Spielvogel on March 29, 2014 at 12:29

Well done Tobias

Comment by Robert Burris on March 29, 2014 at 9:51

Great job, well done and interesting.


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Comment by Tobias Gibson on March 29, 2014 at 9:37

A look at the Rough Rider Canoe Whittlers (Canittlers) 

Comment by Robert Burris on March 23, 2014 at 18:19

The way things are they smother small business's with overhead cost. I think, we should encourage small companies. They employ a few workers at first and then more if they are successful. That use to be the American dream.


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Comment by Ken Spielvogel on March 23, 2014 at 17:52

Excellent, very well said Tobias.


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Comment by Tobias Gibson on March 23, 2014 at 17:31

I want to buy USA knives but it is hard to argue about the quality of most Rough Riders and several other knives that are made in China, Japan, Taiwan, Italy or Spain  by American several knife makers.  I also realize that most of the knife makers are not out sourcing  their manufacturing to these markets because they want to make a larger profit margin.  They are doing it to stay in business.  We blame the companies when we should be blaming our government for being so hostile to business in this country.  Most knife companies are small operations  employing maybe  hundred or so people, tops.  They are not going to be able to absorb the over regulated business climate  as easily as the Walmarts and big box stores.

And then you have the issue of quality. Rough Riders are solid well made knives.  If you get rid of the tang stamps and that "china" mark most people  would agree they are on par with Case and Buck. The blades are quite as well polished but build and quality is there.


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Comment by Ken Spielvogel on March 23, 2014 at 16:36

Its really to bad, many things have gone that way. I'd rather have US made, but quality and price speak.

Comment by Terry Ray on March 23, 2014 at 15:42

Im lost on the import thing... if imports are better and cost less there is no reason 

to waste our money on handcrafted USA made knives...Joe says he is replacing his case with a RR for EDC ... im just at a loss...


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Comment by Tobias Gibson on March 23, 2014 at 15:29

Thai's a great looking elephant toenail Malcom!  Absolutely gorgeous.

 
 
 

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