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Hunting Gear - Remington Continues Its Line of Collectible Knives with Two New Additions for 2004

Hunting Gear - Press Release

Hunting Gear - Madison, NC – Remington’s line of limited edition, collectible knives embodies the history and tradition of the Remington Arms Company and reflects the exceptional quality that fine collectors demand. Joining an impressive list of Remington’s highly collectible cutlery products is the 2004 Bullet Knife, appropriately named, "Old Reliable" and the 2003 Wildlife Knife – "Rubbing Off the Velvet".

Dating back to 1982 when the first in the series of Bullet Knives was unveiled, avid collectors have eagerly awaited the annual introduction of these classically styled, limited production knives. The 2004 version "Old Reliable" is designed in an R 103-B pattern with two stainless steel blades encased in genuine Black Cherry jigged bone handles, that is further enhanced with nickel silver bolster, brass lining and traditional nickel bullet shield. With an overall closed length of 3 5/8-inches, this Bullet Knife houses a 2 3/4-inch spear point blade, etched with the traditional Remington® logo and a 2 1/8-inch pen blade featuring the year stamp. When open, the 2004 Bullet Knife has an overall length of 6 1/4-inches.

Recognized as one of the greatest wildlife artists, Bob Kuhn’s "Rubbing Off the Velvet", from Remington’s extensive collection of artwork, is captured on the 2003 Wildlife Knife. The 7th in this series of impressive, limited edition knives is packaged in a four-color display box and is numbered from one to 1000. Measuring 3 3/4-inches, this distinct, two-blade canoe style knife features a 3-inch long drop point blade and 2 1/4-inch pen blade with genuine stag handles. Like other series of Remington’s high quality, collectible knives, the Wildlife series features solid brass liners, nickel silver bolster and rivets with the Remington shield on the face side. Continuing the tradition, these long-standing series of Remington’s collectible knives are made in the USA and will compliment the collection cases of the most discriminating cutlery collectors.


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