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Rough Rider Knives 1211 Civil War 150th Anniversary - Johnny Reb Commemorative Trapper Knife with Gray Smooth Bone Handles


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Rough Rider Johnny Reb Civil War 150th Anniversary Commemorative Trapper. 4 1/8" closed. Stainless clip and spey blades with frosted etching. Gray smooth bone handles with nickel silver bolsters and inlay shield. Includes an authentic civil war bullet. Colorful display/storage tin with art by R. J. McDonald.

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  • Shipping Weight: 15.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0083WK8Z4
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Just A Buyer on October 10, 2012
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The workmanship is fine but the blades are frosted leaving the lettering for Johnny Reb and 150th Anniversary silver stainless. In other words not etched Like the 6 blade Lee and Grant knives. I like those better since if you used them the etching would stay on and I don't think the frosting on this one would. It's OK as a display model but wouldn't actually use it and expect the frosting not to wear off. Grey wooden scales with a metal profile of a Rebel Soldiers face and hat. Nice painted display tin with foam liner, and the Civil War bullet is in it's own plastic case in it. For display it's fairly good. Price here was good too.
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By Silver City Slim on July 30, 2013
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Knife and collector tin arrived in good shape. Not so for the cardboard sleeve that the tin was supposed to slide into - it was trashed. Not sure how that happened; rough handling I suppose.

The two blades are of a useful size, of clip and spay ("spey") design, and nicely frosted and lettered to commemorate the start of the Civil War. The blades are very sharp, ready to put to work at whatever chores they may be assigned to take on. The handle scales are dark gray smooth bone with a small inset medallion. The knife fits partially open into a cutout in the black felt liner of the tin that allows the etching on the blades to be displayed. The bullet that came with mine is actually a musket ball of about 50 caliber, heavily oxidized with a white powdery exterior coating, as one might expect of a lead ball that was probably buried in the soil for well over a century. Fit and finish overall are pretty good - not perfect, but pretty good, and better than the price of this knife would otherwise suggest.

Don't know if I will ever use this Johnny Reb trapper, but I'm pretty sure I'll hang onto it for a while. I doubt that it will ever be a true or valuable collector piece, but it makes a nice display and could well be a conversation starter whenever my knife-collecting buddy comes over next time.

5 stars because it's well worth the price and has all the signs of a useable tool, even without the extras.
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