Terry Davis REMINGTON 1123 Bullet Knife, Two-Blade, Jigged Bone Slip-Joint Folder
Terry Davis is from Sumpter, Oregon. He, along with master knifemaker Eugene Shadley, literally wrote the book "How To Make Multi-Blade Folding Knives". Terry's knives are outstanding, and hard to come by. His production is relatively low, those who have his knives tend to hold on to them, and his wait time for orders can be several years. He is known for his impeccable fit-and-finish, and is truly a master at making slip joint folders. You have to hold one of Terry's knives to truly appreciate it. The quality of his knives has been consistent throughout his career.
This large two-blade Classic Remington 1123 Bullet Knife is absolutely perfect. It features a Drop Point blade and a Spey blade, both of ATS 34 stainless steel. Both blades have half stops. Each blade has an ample nail nick for a firm, yet easy and smooth pull. The scales are red dyed Jigged Bone, with the classic Remington Bullet shield on the presentation side, pinned in 3 places, with a lined lanyard hole. The bolster and fittings are all 416 stainless steel, as are the liners. Terry has stamped "DAVIS OREGON" in an oval on the ricasso of drop point blade. Both blades lock up tight with no play, and each blade is centered between their respective liners. Nice "walk-and-talk". The knife is previously owned, and in excellent condition. The bone is perfect, as are the blades. There are a couple of fined micro scratches on the bolster from handling and / or storage. Comes in a padded, zippered case.
Condition: Previously owned. Excellent.
- Overall length: 8 1/8"
- Blade length: 3 5/8" (each blade)
- Closed length: 4 1/2"