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How about pics of Remington Knives - and the Bullet year Knives

Started by Ken Spielvogel. Last reply by George R Naugle Oct 10, 2023. 63 Replies

I like the Remington knives - but they are quite pricey. Even the year knives can get expensive. But they are fun to collect and I really enjoy the ones I have.Show some pics of your Remingtons. Does…Continue

Remington damascus R293

Started by Christian . Last reply by Christian Aug 7, 2023. 1 Reply

Remington damascus R293 I found at a gun show. It has 000 engraved on the bolster and "BOB PRE PRODUCTION" on the box. Perfect shape. Any info is appreciated! Sorry about the post in the wrong spot.…Continue

So what is the latest on Remington...?

Started by Ed Campbell. Last reply by Ed Campbell Dec 28, 2022. 3 Replies

Other than the last GEC manufactured bullet knife, there has been "doodly squat" out there for news, other than the PR release in January ref Remington Cutlery reborn…Continue

Looking for some Remington expert help!

Started by Mike Baugh. Last reply by George R Naugle Dec 26, 2022. 10 Replies

I have a Remington R16 that is in WAY too good of shape to be what the tang stamp dates it at. The stamp dates to 1933-35. I have heard tales that they might have remade these in the 80's, but cannot…Continue

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Comment by George R Naugle on August 7, 2023 at 13:15

I should add that my reference does not describe this knife as "damascus steel."  A second reference gives an estimated value as $600.

Comment by George R Naugle on August 7, 2023 at 13:12

My reference for remington knives lists R293 as a serpentine Jack with a clip and a spey blade.  Sometimes this pattern is referred to as a trapper pattern. It is further described as having a oval shield on the scale.  Length 3 1/2 inches closed.  Estimated value of one in good condition is $300.  Hope this is of help.


Comment by Christian on August 7, 2023 at 13:05
Found this at a gun show last weekend. Remington damascus R293. On the bolster is engraved 000 and on the box it says "BOB PRE PRODUCTION" it's in perfect condition. Any info would be appreciated! Thanks Christian
Comment by George R Naugle on April 15, 2023 at 6:58

It seems that the original bullet knife #1123 is fairly common.  I am seeing them frequently on Ebay.  Here are two of that model that I have in my collection.

The one at the top left side of the photo has had a repair to the scale done.  It does detract from the value of the knife.  The lower right hand side one is in much better condition.


Comment by George R Naugle on April 3, 2023 at 6:21
It seems like there are more old original bullet knives for sale on Ebay lately. I have several of them, but am always looking to add to my collection.
Comment by Mike Botts on January 31, 2023 at 15:07

In the past two months I have added half a dozen nice old Remingtons to my collection.  Over the years I've had several R100A and R100B dogleg stock knives.  Always upgrading in condition.  I love the concealed backsprings, and the "Remington Standard Dollar Knife" etch.  One of my Holy Grails is a near mint or mint example of either an A or B model with a very strong etch.  Been looking for nearly 25 years now.  

Comment by George R Naugle on December 21, 2022 at 5:50

Howdy from beautiful and sometimes semitropical downtown Saint Thomas, PA. Just touching base here. I am a collector, and Remington knives are one of the brands I like to accumulate.  My collection includes one each of the bullet knives issued each year since 1982, several originals from the 1920s and on, a bunch of individual pocket and fixed blades.

Comment by Joel Carp on December 3, 2022 at 18:53

Does anybody know what year Remington introduced the 4 blade,R103 Delrin stag handled Heritage series knife? If not, suggestions for where I can search?

Joel Carp

Comment by Jan Carter on August 5, 2020 at 18:10

From Knife Magazine

The chapter 11 petition in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Decatur, Ala., marks Remington’s second restructuring since 2018, when it filed for chapter 11 and transferred ownership to investors including Franklin Resources Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Remington has been searching for potential buyers and was in talks to sell itself out of bankruptcy to the Navajo Nation before negotiations collapsed in recent weeks, leaving the company without a lead bidder, or stalking horse, in place.

The manufacturer’s firearms and ammunition businesses could be sold off separately, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Comment by Ugly Old Guy on January 30, 2020 at 11:08

I just found the tang stamp again

 c.1933 to 1935.

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