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Old 10-07-2005, 10:03 AM
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Thanks, David.
I finally realized that a tripod can hold the camera much steadier than I can!
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Old 10-07-2005, 07:48 PM
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Here's my 7-5 Pinned Stag (50's).






Really enjoy these models of the week. Some great looking knives out there......They're all special....

Bob
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Old 10-08-2005, 08:08 AM
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Jeff:

Very sorry for the delay in responding to you! I automatically receive e-mail notification with content of KN posts and for some reason it seems I'm not getting all of them. When Bob and Donna posted pics of their 7-5 I checked the forum to see the pics and then saw your post. Anyway, thanks very much for the compliment on my knife! I thnk your oldest leather handled one is early 50's (just after the shop eliminated the "blade flat"). I say that because of the deep choil cut and the really thick black spacer. The sheath you have paired with it seems to be mid or late 50's because of the narrow stone pocket flap. The 2nd leather handled one I put mid 60's because of the very shallow choil cut. Your 7 spacer stag I put after '58 to early 60's because of no pin and the deep short choil (Don't remember seeing one that "short" before!). The 5 spacer stag I put mid 70's. Now the usual disclaimer: These are all "best guesses" as there were exceptions to ALL the "rules".

Bob / Donna:

That is ONE KILLER KNIFE! I remember when it 1st showed up on e-bay. The darned thing even had the original Abercrombie and Fitch box with it! The bids went too high for me at the time, the knife never hit reserve and it didn't show on e-bay again. The maybe a year later I was checking Perry's site and there it was at what I though was a very reasonable price. My heart skipped a beat when I saw that it had been sold. Timing is sometimes everything when it comes to acquiring Randall knives. Congratulations on one of the nicest pin stags I have ever seen.

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Ron
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Old 10-08-2005, 08:24 AM
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Hi Bob!

I hope you don't mind but this knife is too beautiful to hide in attachments, so I took the liberty of inserting your photos in your post.

Cheers!

David

P.S. Next time just follow the image posting instructions stuck at the top of each Randall forum.


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Old 10-08-2005, 09:02 AM
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Thanks BoBlade and Moosehead...

Ahoy Ron and David,

Thanks a lot for the compliments. It is petty isn't it...

Ron, how in the world did you remember the Ambercrombie and Fitch box???? You obviously have a photographic memory!!!!

David, Am still trying to figure out how to post our pix in the body of the post rather than as an attachment. Help............

Thanks again everyone,

Bob and Donna
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Old 10-10-2005, 03:15 PM
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Bob and Donna,

So few mint pinned stags come along that every one is indelibly etched in my mind. On the other hand, I can forget what my wife asks me to do in 3 seconds!

Best,

Ron
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Old 10-11-2005, 07:19 AM
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Ron,
.....Thanks for the information. You are a valuable resource.
Jeff
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Old 08-29-2018, 11:55 AM
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A pair of pretty Model 7's. Pinned stag, and ivory. The ivory knife has one of the most gorgeous grinds I have ever seen. Beauty and elegance. BTW, I am in search of a proper 40's 7-5 sheath for the ivory knife, if anyone might have a lead on one. Thanks.





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