Will be interesting to hear if anyone has. Seems to be quite large for a hollow handle. Can't be a full tang.Mall ninja movie stuff.
I've never been able to bring myself to trust knives built like that. No tang? Nah, no thanks.
The first knives to be used by Stallone in First Blood, First Blood II were made by Jimmy Lile. which you can get a second generation of the first one for 3500.00http://www.jimmylile.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10&Itemid=10
Looks like a good knife. What is the purpose of the hole in the blade?
Rambo knives. The one from the first movie. I wouldn't spend my own money on one, but my buddy is interested in one more as a collectors item then a work knife. I'm trying to talk him out of it.My questions are: Has any one actually owned or used of of these. And if so whats the quality? Namely what type of steel is used and how is the hollow handle attached to the blade?http://www.smkw.com/webapp/eCommerce/products/rambo+knives/Rambo%C2%AE+I+First+Blood+Knife/DBMCRB1.html
I feel the same way newz but there is one exception. Cris reeves made some hollow handle knives that are machined from a solid block of steal. No joints, no welds. I would own one of his.