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Even with it being hard to find? There is nothing that I see about this knife.kootenay joe wrote:It is a made in China knife. Nothing wrong with this. Many Chinese knives are of excellent quality and have very sharp edges. They are very inexpensive new. I have a really good Rough Rider fixed blade i bought new for about $20, shipped. So far knives from China have no collector value, no matter what name is stamped on it. The value of your knife is not very much because new ones are so inexpensive.
Gotcha. Thanks for the advice.kootenay joe wrote:The Browning collectors want the ones made in USA, Germany And Japan, in that order. The made in China knives so far do not have much of a collector following. But it only takes 1 person for the knife to get sold. You could ebay it with a reasonable B.I.N. price and someone might just really want it.