Madison, N.C. – For generations, sportsmen and knife collectors have eagerly anticipated the annual arrival of Remington collectible knives. For 2007, Remington is continuing the tradition by offering three highly collectable, limited edition knives.
2007 Bullet® Knife – Continuing a tradition that spans over two and half decades, Remington is proud to offer the 2007 “Renegade” Bullet Knife. This unique folder is designed in the distinctive Cheetah pattern and features a 3 1/2 inch trapper blade that incorporates a folding hand guard. The beautiful red jig-bone handle exhibits nickel silver bolsters and rivets with solid brass liners and traditional Remington bullet shield on the face side and has a closed length of 4 5/8 inches.
2007 25th Anniversary Bullet® Knife – This handsome collectable celebrates 25 years of the famous Remington Bullet knife. The 25th Anniversary Bullet Knife is designed in the Original R1123 Trapper pattern and features 3 1/2 inch spey and 3 inch clip blades with a green jig bone handle and has a closed length of 4 1/2 inches. The 25th Anniversary Bullet Knife is package in a collectable tin that features images that chronicle twenty five editions of the Remington bullet knife.
Outdoor Exploration Knife – The third in a series of highly collectible, one-year production, knives celebrating the exploration of the great American wilderness. The South knife features both the Remington logo and traditional “Remington Country” compass face with the corresponding direction etched on the spear blade.n addition to the unique blade work, the “compass” shield, signifying the outdoor exploration series, is embedded on the genuine jig-bone handle. The handle is accented with nickel silver bolsters and rivets with solid brass liners. The South knife is constructed with a 2 9/16 inch spear blade and a 1 7/8 inch pin blade.
The Outdoor Exploration Knives are packaged in a unique display box designed in a manner that progressively builds a Remington Country Image on two sides upon completion of the set.
All Remington collectible knives are made in the U.S.A. and are available at your local Remington dealer or please visit our web site at www.remington.com.