Remington Introduces Shotgun-Inspired Knife
May 02, 2013
Photo courtesy of Remington.
Remington Arms introduced the Model 1100 folding knife to celebrate 50 years of the company's autoloading shotgun of the same name.
The limited-production knives feature "B" grade American walnut handles, the same wood used for the iconic Model 1100 stocks, and a laser-etched signature "R" utilizing the same checkering pattern as the Model 1100 shotguns.
The 440A modified stainless steel blade features a nail pull styled after the vent rib of the Model 1100 and a laser-etched "Model 1100 50th Anniversary" inscription. The nickel silver bolsters are serialized from 0001 to 1100. The knife retails for $99.
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