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Remington Bullet Knife Patterns

Remington produced 11 distinct knife patterns that have bullet shields.   Each one is listed below.


R293

r293.jpg (12928 bytes)This bullet pattern is a 5 1/4" Jack knife known as a Hunter, Trader, Trapper.  They all have two blades.  The master blade is a clip blade and the second is a spey.  They were only produced with brown bone handles.



R1123 & R1128

r1123.jpg (20109 bytes)Remington produced two bullet knives with the same blade configuration and frame but different handle material.  They are the r1123 and r1128.  Both are 4 1/2" Jack knives known as trappers.  They all have a spey blade and a clip.  They do not have rear bolsters, and are drilled for a lanyards.  One version has brown bone handles, and the other has cocobolo handles.  The bone handled knife's pattern number ends r1128.jpg (15263 bytes) with a 3 and the cocobolo's with an 8.  The knife on top is bone.  The one on bottom is cocobolo.



R1173

r1173.jpg (25802 bytes)This pattern is a 3 1/2" Jack knife known by most collectors as a baby bullet.  It is basically the same as Remington's R1123 pattern trapper except that it is 1" shorter.  This pattern was produced with bone handles only.  It has a Clip and spey blade.



R1253

r1253.jpg (29054 bytes)This is a 5 1/4 " Jack knife known as a lockback hunter.  It has a single clip style blade.  The pattern was only manufactured with brown bone handles.  Some have been produced with a bail, but usually not.



R1263

r1263.jpg (22316 bytes)This pattern is a 5 3/8" Jack knife known as a Trapper.  It has two blades,  a clip and a short pen blade. The bolsters are grooved.  Remington produced with bullet knife with brown bone handles only.



R1273

This is a 5 3/8" Jack knife known as a trapper.  It is a two bladed-knife.  There is a clip and spey.  This pattern was produced with brown bone handles only, and has grooved bolsters. 



R1303 & R1306

r1306_bullet.jpg (10955 bytes)This pattern is a 4 1/2" lockback folding knife.  It has a single clip blade, and the rear of the knife is drilled for a lanyard.  It was produced with both brown bone and genuine stag handles.  The bone handled knife's pattern number ends with a 3 and the genuine stag's with a 6.  I have seen bone handled patterns in near mint bring $850 or more.



R1613BL

r1613.jpg (26105 bytes)This bullet pattern is a 5" Jack knife that most collectors call a toothpick or tickler.  It has  single long clip blade and has grooved bolsters.  Remington only produced this knife with brown bone handles.



R4243

r4243_bullet.jpg (21729 bytes)This pattern is a 4 3/4" multi-bladed knife known as a camp knife.  There are four blades; a clip and sheepfoot extending from the front, and a can opener and punch blade on the rear.  The knife has grooved bolsters, and has a bail.  It was only produced with brown bone handles.



R4353

r4353.jpg (16367 bytes)This knife is known as a big muskrat or big moose.  It measures 4 1/2" and has two blades that extend in opposite directions.  One is a clip and the other is a spey.  They were only produced with brown bone handles.



R4466

r4466_bullet.jpg (21130 bytes)This pattern is called either a moose or baby muskrat.  They measure 3 3/4" and have two blades that open in opposite directions.  The front blade is a clip, and the rear blade is a spey.  Remington only manufactured this bullet knife with genuine stag handles.

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