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#39673 - 04/07/08 02:43 PM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 *** [Re: Cisco]
Kent_Warnberg Offline
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Registered: 11/28/05
Posts: 755
Loc: Mpls, MN
Friends, Kevin, Dale, and Guido,

WOW! The #26 is one of my faves too! Only have 2 so far, both with the #25 handle, and one O/O with the Capt. with a #25 handle, with an ivory center.

Guido, Is the scrimming of a Timberdoodle, (snipe)? Beautiful, and is he second one from the Left, Mammoth Ivory? Awesome!

Kevin, You have way too many! and Dale, your right up there! Oh, today I just received from Dale, a display base with a stag horn on the ends..to hold a #26! (Dales work is Really Nice)!

Kent

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#39674 - 04/07/08 02:50 PM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 [Re: MARK]
Kent_Warnberg Offline
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Registered: 11/28/05
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Loc: Mpls, MN
Friends, and Doug!

Sorry Doug, but I wasn't trying to leave you off of that last post, so as another writer said, "You seem to have too many scrimmed"! Anyway, I don't want you to get tired of that scrimmed 26, so I'll just send you my address, so that you can send that one my way! That way Mr. R.B. can do another one for you. Oh, I will pay you with my un-dying gratitude!

Awesome 26's!

Kent

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#39675 - 04/07/08 03:00 PM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 [Re: Kent_Warnberg]
Rick_Bowles Offline
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Registered: 09/18/05
Posts: 1965
Loc: Virginia Beach, VA
When Gary was still in the R&D stage of the Pathfinder he sent me one of the prototypes to scrimshaw. This particular knife had a false edge and a mini commemorative handle complete with the polished center section and a small crown stag butt. As I recall I scrimshawed Sitting Bull on the proto #26. I asked Gary to send me an image of it (if he can find it). Sorry for the story and no pic (yet) but it's very cool.
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#39676 - 04/07/08 04:09 PM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 [Re: Rick_Bowles]
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Registered: 07/11/06
Posts: 921
Loc: BRADENTON FL
beautiful 26's. this is my only one. Bob


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#39677 - 04/07/08 06:11 PM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 [Re: vklough46]
Chief Offline
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Registered: 12/05/05
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Loc: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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Here are some Model 26s. From top to bottom:
Model 25 handle with stag, this knife is always with me
Model 25 handle with shop-supplied birdseye maple
Model 25 handle with polished stag
Model 25 handle with water buffalo and rounded butt cap
water buffalo handle



Stag and brass handle with rounded butt cap
antique gold Micarta with rounded butt cap
Model 25 handle with ironwood and rounded butt cap
maroon Micarta with rounded butt cap

As you have probably deduced, 26s are my favorite Randall knife model, much to the chagrin of my friend Chief.
Kevin




Bob ya buy that gun so that little knife wouldn't be so scared in the DARK !!!!!! Never knew that they made bayonets for pistols

hey Kevin maybe we can get 3-4 of those welded together for ya

All BS aside nice knives folks!!!

See Ya, Chief


Edited by Chief (04/07/08 06:12 PM)
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#39678 - 04/07/08 07:08 PM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 [Re: vklough46]
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Registered: 10/15/05
Posts: 1649
Loc: Boogie Wonderland
I would like to thank everyone who has posted. From those who have several 26s to Warren Polidori's first, but not last, 26. Thanks for making this your first post, Warren.

We have seen beautiful examples of another great RMK model. From 26s carried in the field to those that have been embellished with beautiful scrimshaw and engraving. From stag to wood to ivory to Micarta, all wonderful examples of this great little knife.

And to my friend Chief who doesn't have any 26s, someday you will see the light, my brother. The beautiful shining light of the charismatic little 26.

Kevin
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#39679 - 04/07/08 07:46 PM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 [Re: vklough46]
silverknife Offline
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Registered: 09/15/05
Posts: 2074
Loc: Think Snow
Kevin, your last post reminded me, I forgot all about these little 26's. While I was away someone ran them through the dishwasher 'cause they were dirty and the darn things shrank!!!


Regards, Doug
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#39680 - 04/07/08 09:43 PM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 [Re: Rick_Bowles]
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Registered: 03/04/06
Posts: 3107
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When Gary was still in the R&D stage of the Pathfinder he sent me one of the prototypes to scrimshaw. This particular knife had a false edge and a mini commemorative handle complete with the polished center section and a small crown stag butt. As I recall I scrimshawed Sitting Bull on the proto #26. I asked Gary to send me an image of it (if he can find it). Sorry for the story and no pic (yet) but it's very cool.

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Rick Bowles RKS #012
www.RBscrim.com



Rick,
Any info or stories on how the 26 came about?
~dale
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#39681 - 04/08/08 01:05 AM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 [Re: Cabinet_Man]
Chief Offline
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Registered: 12/05/05
Posts: 5345
Loc: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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Any info or stories on how the 26 came about?
~dale




Mrs. Randall needed a dependable potato peeler

See Ya, Chief
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If you put off following The LORD just remember......They don't serve breakfast in hell!

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#39682 - 04/08/08 03:34 AM Re: Knife Of The Week Model 26 [Re: Chief]
Ausblade Offline
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Registered: 03/29/06
Posts: 397
Loc: A land downunder
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Mrs. Randall needed a dependable potato peeler

See Ya, Chief



It works pretty well as a deer peeler as well.

My favorite one.

Basic, one option - stainless
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