The Randall Model 1 Fighter was one of the first models produced in the Randall Shop in Orlando. A Model 1, made by Bo Randall, served as the prototype for the Springfield Randall that was manufactured by Northampton Cutlery Company near Springfield, Massachusetts in 1943 and 1944.
Since World War II, Randall knives have been the best-known handmade knives in the world and are still made in the family owned shop in Orlando in much the same way Bo made knives in the late 1930s and early 1940s. The business has been run by Bo’s son Gary since 1970, and Gary’s son Jason has been in the shop for the past several years.
The wait for a Randall made knifeis nearly five years.
The 7" blade is O-1 tool steel with a brass double hilt and butt plate. The overall length is 12". Includes a Randall Model A leather sheath.