Bullet Knife, 2017 “The Powderhorn” – Stag Horn (R1616) 5 Toothpick


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Remington 2017 Bullet Knife (R1616) ”The Powderhorn” Toothpick PocketKnife …

Limited Edition (1200 issued)¦ No longer in production … Note: Box mismarked R1613 (R1616 in Box)

Remington Arms Co. entered the knife business in 1920 by building a factory in Bridgeport, CT. They put a rifle cartridge shaped shield on the front scale/handle of a Trapper (R1123) in 1922 which became known as a Bullet Knife. In 1940 Remington sold the entire knife operation to Pal Cutlery Co who closed the plant in 1950. In 1982 Remington re-entered the knife business with Camillus Cutlery Co. (Camillus, NY) contracting the Bullet Knives for them. In 2006 Bear & Son Cutlery (Jacksonville, AL) made the Bullet Knives for Remington in Jacksonville, AL. In 2018 Remington awarded the contract to Buck Knives (Post Falls, ID).

  • Blade: 440 SS … Clip Point style wilthœRemington etch¦ Remington UMC tang stamp¦
  • Handle: genuine India stag horn¦ R1616œToothpick pattern¦ nickel silver fluted bolsters and Bullet shield inlay¦ nickel silver pins and brass liners … SlipJoint …
  • Closed/Carry Length: 5″
  • Blade Edge Length: 3-5/8
  • Blade Length: 4
  • Carry: PocketKnife … Weight: 3.52 oz.
  • Origin: USA … Bear & Son Cutlery … Jacksonville, AL

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs


Bear & Son Cutlery

The Bear & Son Cutlery factory is unique.  It is 100% self-contained.  While some companies only assemble parts brought in from various suppliers and put their names on the product, they do everything in-house from building their own blanking dies to heat treating, grinding and assembly, as well as hand finishing their products.

Their ongoing commitment:  To make them in America, and make them affordable.