The Remington Bullet Knife is back. Remington has announced a licensing partnership with Smoky Mountain Knife Works (SMKW) to develop and distribute the 2021 Remington Bullet Knife, the Prospector. Originally introduced in 1922, the Remington Bullet Knife series is widely known and sought after by Remington fans, knife enthusiasts and collectors alike.
Remington Bullet Knife Made in the USA
“This knife has it all: nostalgia, functionality and quality,” said Danny Evans, Remington’s director of licensed products. “SMKW has a longstanding relationship with Remington in licensed products. It was a natural fit to build on our partnership with SMKW and their long tradition with the Bullet Knife series.”
“The most important fact about the Bullet Knife is that it has always been USA made,” said SMKW Founder Kevin Pipes. “We partner with the finest knife craftsman in the country to produce our knives, including Great Eastern Cutlery who is making this year’s Bullet Knife. The overwhelmingly positive comments attest to the knife’s quality and collectability. You can’t go wrong making an investment in the Prospector.
Folder Features Two Slip-Joint Blades
The Prospector is a slip-joint folder that features two 1095 carbon steel blades: a 3.125-inch drop point and a 2.75-inch spey blade. The handle is molasses-colored jigged bone with brass over cartridge brass liners. The nickel-silver shield consists of the famous Remington bullet.
For more information on the 2021 Remington Bullet Knife, go to www.SMKW.com. To learn more about new Remington products, go to www.Remington.com. And be sure to check back with KnivesIllustrated.com for more of the latest news from the knife industry.
Model: Prospector, bullet knife model number RE7352
Type: Slip-joint folding knife
Blades: 2, drop point and spey
Blade Length: 3.125 inches (drop point); 2.75 inches (spey)
Blade Thickness: 0.07-inch
Closed Length: 3.75 inches
Steel: 1095 carbon steel
Edge Type: Plain
Liners: Cartridge brass
Opener: Nails nicks
Handle: Molasses jigged bone
Shield: Nickel-silver bullet
Maker: Great Eastern Cutlery