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November 16, 2005, 16:04
I've been wanting a good field knife for a while and noticed a couple Ranger knives in the Quartermaster catalog, I believe. They look like some really nice knives but I don't know anything about that company. Does anyone have any info/opinions about Ranger Knives?
November 18, 2005, 01:50
Buy a knife from Cold Steel
I have a Tanto from them, it came razor sharp
and has a 3/16" backbone! It will go through almost anything
The thing is almost like a rial road spike cut in half
In their old magazine adds they would put one through a car door
then cut a thick rope with it.
Applegate makes a nice knife too but you will pay high dollar for one
Pretty much anything nade in the USA / Spain or Germany is
made with good quality steel
Anything made in China or Phillipines is made with junk metal
and does not hold an edge for nothing
November 18, 2005, 08:09
Thanks for the reply FTW2012. I appreciate your input. A Google search turned up this:
November 22, 2005, 19:46
Looks like a decent knife. It hacked through that oak pretty good!
I mentioned Cold Steel because although their website offers high prices I always see them at gun shows for about half price.
I got a recon tanto for $49.00, new I'm happy with it.
November 22, 2005, 20:00
Ranger Knives has a good rep amongst users and makers....they stand behind their products. If there is a problem just give 'em a call and they'll take care of it from what I have heard.
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