Remington’s Big-Game Drop-Point (RH-21) knife combines quality craftsmanship with a rich tradition.
Every Big-Game Drop-Point comes with a leather knife sheath
Earlier this year Bear & Son Cutlery and Remington Outdoor Company (ROC) announced a partnership agreement to manufacture a new line of collectible and functional cutlery products. The collection offers all of the sleek design of a Bear & Son knife with the rugged durability that sportsmen have come to rely on from Remington.
One such knife is Remington’s Big-Game Drop-Point (RH-21).
Remington’s Big-Game Drop-Point (RH-21) knife combines quality craftsmanship with a rich tradition. It’s one of the fixed-blade knives from the Heritage Model 700™ Series – a knife that hunters will appreciate.
Like Remington’s famous sporting rifles, the handle of the Big-Game Drop-Point has a handle that has been hand-crafted from the same American walnut wood used on Remington® Model 700 stocks, it has the Signature “R” 700 laser-etched against the same checkering pattern as on the rifle.
The 3-5/8″ blade is made of 440A modified stainless steel, heat-treated to a Rockwell hardness of 57-59 ensuring that the ultra-sharp cutting edge is rust and corrosion resistant.
Like all of Remington’s products, the Big-Game Drop-Point is made in the U.S.A. and comes with a LifeTime Warranty against defects in material or workmanship.
The Big-Game Drop-Point is 7-3/4”, weighs 4.2 ounces and comes in a genuine leather sheath. MSRP, $74.99.
To learn more about this and other Remington knives visit www.remingtonblades.com
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