Summary: this is an early 1950's Randall #1-7 Fighting knife with ivory handle. The knife is in excellent condition for it's age, ivory with a check or two and one crack on the underside of the handle. (see photo 9) This knife has a 7" blade, nickel silver hilt, 7 spacers, commando ivory handle, and dura butt with steel nut. The blade has some light marks and peppering on both sides, cleaned up a few times over the years but still quite nice. The ivory has the above mentioned crack, common for this handle material. The dura butt with a few light handling marks and one scuff along the edge, all quite normal for a knife this age.

The wide flap Heiser sheath is simply gorgeous, nothing but a few scuffs on the front and JRB written in ink below the belt loop on the back. Brown Randall-logo buttons, an unused (and rare) fish hook stone in the pouch.

11 photos for review – as shown, a new Randall carry case is included. This knife is on consignment, the owner is currently entertaining offers. Please email me at if you would like to make an offer on this knife. Thank you.