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Limited inventory of various Remington Knives for sale.  These are the Bullet Knives made by Remington from 1982, including 1990.  All knives are guaranteed that they will not be cracked at the time of shipping.  Boxes are in perfect or near perfect condition and are accompanied with the original introductory paper.  All as received from the factory.  All subject to your satisfaction.  I have listed the knives that we do have in stock.  But remember, we have a limited quantity on some of these knives.  All knives and posters are subject to prior sales.
ALL KNIVES ARE ORIGINAL REMINGTON IN ORIGINAL BOXES, ALL MADE IN THE YEARS INDICATED AND SOLD BY REMINGTON DIRECT.
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ORDER NO KNIFE  NAME & YEAR PRICE

1982 Remington Bullet Pattern R-1123
Bullet

1982 Remington Bullet Pattern R1123
Type: Trapper - Blades: 2 - Type: Long spey 3-5/8" - Muskrat 3-5/8".
Handle: Shaped, single bolster, nickel silver, blade end.
Material: Delrin, composition, imitation jib bone. 
Markings: Remington Circle - Where:  Shank end of both blades
Pattern: R1123-1982 - Where: Both blades
Etching: Remington trademark - models four and six, 1982 - Where: Four and six on Muskrat blade
Length Closed:  4-3/8" - Overall Length:  8"
Current Value, Mint: $625.00
Comments: This was the first of the Remington Annual Bullet knives.  It was made for them by Cammillus, but sold by Remington for that year only.  It was intended to help sales of their model 4 and 6 rifles.  A quite close copy of the original R1123 except that it had stainless steel blades and Delrin handles.
$625.00

1983 Remington Bullet Pattern R-1173
Baby Bullet

1983 Remington Bullet Pattern R1173
Type: Baby Bullet - Blades: 2 - Type: Long Spey 2-7/8" - Muskrat 2-7/8".
Handle: Shaped, single bolster, nickel silver, blade end.
Material: Delrin composition, imitation jig bone.
Markings: Remington circle - Where: Shank end of both blades.
Pattern: R1173-1983 - Where: Spey blade R1173, muskrat blade 1983.
Etching: Remington trademark - Where: Muskrat blade.
Length Closed: 3-1/2" - Overall Length: 6-1/4"
Current Value, Mint:  $245.00
Comments: This was the second model of the second issue Remington Bullets.  Made by Camillus, it follows closely the shape and dimensions of the original Baby Bullet.  The main differences are the stainless steel blades and Delrin handles.  It is a well-made, sturdy knife and is increasing in value very rapidly.
$245.00

1984 Remington Bullet Pattern R-1173L
Lockback
Baby Bullet

1984 Remington Bullet Pattern R1173L
Type: Lockback - Blades: 1 - Type: Clip 2-3/4".
Handle: Shaped, single bolster, nickel silver, blade end, bullet shield.
Material: Composition material - an imitation of dyed, jigged beef bone.
Markings:  Remington circle - Where: End of blade, stamped.
Pattern: R1173L-1984 - Where: End of shank blade, stamped.
Etching: Remington trademark - Where: Blade
Length Closed: 3-1/2" - Overall Length: 6-1/4"
Current Value, Mint:  $175.00
Comments: This knife was made for and sold by Remington.  It is not a copy of any original Remington Bullet that I know about.  It is, however, the same size as the original Baby Bullet with one blade instead of two.  This knife and the 1984 R1303 were offered at the same time and they were the third issue of these second generation Bullets.  Made by Camillus.
$175.00
1984 Remington Bullet Pattern R1303
Lockback
Large Bullet
1984 Remington Bullet Pattern R1303
Type: Lockback - Blades: 1 - Type: Clip 3-5/8".
Material: Composition material - an imitation of dyed, jigged beef bone.
Markings: Remington circle - Where: Shank end of blade, stamped.
Pattern: R1303-1984 - Where: Shank end of blade, stamped.
Etching: Remington trademark - Where: Blade.
Length Closed: 4-1/2" - Overall Length: 7-7/8"
Current Value, Mint: $175.00
Comments: Marked Remington and sold by them.  Delrin handles and stainless steel blades.  It is a copy of an original Bullet that is quite rare and also quite expensive.  This knife and a smaller version were only sold in 1984.  They are already a much sought after collector's item.  Made by Camillus.
$175.00
1985 Remington Bullet Pattern R4353
Woodsman
Muskrat
1985 Remington Bullet Pattern R4353
Type: Muskrat - Blades: 2 - Type: Long Spey 3-3/16"-Muskrat 3-1/4".
Handle: Equal end, nichel silver bolsters.
Material: Delrin composition, imitation jig bone.
Markings: Remington circle - Where: Shank end of both blades.
Pattern: R4353-1985 - Where: Shank end of muskrat blade, shank end of spey blade, 1985.
Etching: Remington trademark - Where: Shank end of muskrat blade.
Length Closed: 4-1/8" - Overall Length: 7-1/4" (one blade open)
Current Value, Mint: $205.00
Comments: This is a close and well made copy of Remington's original R4353.  This would be called the Big Muskrat as it was in the original.  This is the fifth issue of the new Bullets.  Manufactured by Camillus.
$205.00
1986 Remington Bullet Pattern R1263
Hunter
1986 Remington Bullet Pattern R1263
Type: Hunter - Blades: 2 - Type: Clip 4-1/8" - Pen 3.
Handle: Banana shape, double nickel silver bolsters, lined pin end.
Material: Delrin, jig bone pattern.
Markings: Remington circle - Where: Shank end of both blades.
Pattern: R1263 - Where: Shank end of master blade.
Etching: Remington trademark - Where: Side of master blade.
Length Closed: 5-5/16" - Overall Length: 9-1/2"
Current Value, Mint: $210.00
Comments:  This is a very close copy of the original R1263 except for the stainless steel blades and Delrin handles.  This has been one of the most popular and sought after of the sixth issue of the new Bullets.  This knife has been named the Banana Jack Bullet in both the old and new issues.  It's a Hunter's knife and so named by Remington.  Manufactured by Camillus.
$210.00
1987 Remington Bullet Pattern R1613
Fisherman
1987 Remington Bullet Pattern R1613
Type: Fisherman - Blades: 1 - Type: Long clip 4"
Handle: Toot pick shape, nickel silver bolsters, lined, both ends.
Material: Delrin
Markings: Remington circle - Where: R1613-1987, shank end of blade.
Pattern: R1613 - Where: Shank end of blade, stamped.
Etching: Remington trademark - Where: Side of blade.
Length Closed: 5" - Overall Length: 9"
Current Value, Mint: $150.00
Comments: This is another close copy of Remington's original issue R1613.  It is called the Round Shield model.  It is a popular knife with fisherman.  The Delrin handles and stainless steel blade make it practical as well.  This one is the seventh issue of the new Bullets.  Manufactured by Camillus.
$175.00
1988 Remington Bullet Pattern R4466
Muskrat
1988 Remington Bullet Pattern R4466
Type: Muskrat - Blades: 2 - Type: Long Clip 2-3/4" - Long Spey 2-3/4".
Handle: Equal end, nickel silver bolsters both ends, lined.
Material: Delrin
Markings: Remington circle - Where: Shank end of both blades, stamped.
Pattern: R4466 - Where: Shank muskrat, 1988 shank spey.
Etching: Remington trademark - Where: side of muskrat blade.
Length Closed: 3-3/4" - Overall Length: 6-1/2" (one blade open)
Current Value, Mint: $75.00
Comments: This has been my favorite small game knife since I found the first one, an original of course.  This reproduction is a very close copy, nicely done.  This is the eighth issue of the new issue Bullets and one of the best to date.  Manufactured by Camillus.
$75.00
1989 Remington Bullet Pattern R1128
Large Bullet
1989 Remington Bullet Pattern R1128
Type: Trapper - Blades: 2 - Type: Muskrat 3-5/8" - Spey 3-1/2".
Handle: Shaped, single bolster, nickel silver, blade pin end.
Material: Cocobolo wood.
Markings: Remington circle - Where: Shank end of both blades, stamped.
Pattern: R1128 - Where: Shank end, dated 1989, shank spey.
Etching: Remington trademark - Where: Side of blade.
Length Closed: 4-1/2" - Overall Length: 8"
Current Value, Mint: $75.00
Comments: This is the ninth model of the New Issue Bullets.  It is also the first of these knives that did not have a Delrin handle.  It is Cocobolo wood, the same as the original R1128.  Except for the handle it is the same knife as the R1123.  The most popular knife pattern in the Bullet series of knives.  Manufactured by Camillus.
$75.00
1990 Remington Bullet Pattern R1306
Tracker
1990 Remington Bullet Pattern R1306
Type: Tracker - Blades: 1 - Type: Clip 3-1/2 Lockback.
Handle: Shaped, single nickel silver bolster.
Material: Delrin, stag textured surface.
Markings: Remington circle - Where: Shank end of blade.
Pattern: R1306 - Where: Shank end of blade, dated 1990.
Etching: Remington trademark - Where: Side of blade.
Length Closed: 4-3/8" - Overall Length: 7-7/8"
Current Value, Mint: $49.00 w/box & papers.
Comments: This is the tenth issue in the new issue Bullets.  It, as usual, is a close copy of the original R1306.  The Delrin is attractive and I've been assured it is much more durable than the natural Stag.  Except for R1128, all of the new issues have had Delrin and all of them have had stainless steel blades.  It's hard to make a more durable knife than that.  I like the knife and I think you will also.  Manufactured by Camillus.
$49.00

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