Welcome to nifeboy.com
My name is Jim Schick. I have been buying, selling and trading collectable knives for over 35 years. Randall Made Knives are our mainstay. I also deal in Case Knives and handmade custom knives by many of today's and yesterday's premier knife makers. My motto is "Fine Knives at Fair Prices". While you are viewing the knives for sale, please click on the photos to enlarge them. If you wish to make a purchase, call or email to check availability and to discuss your preferred method of payment. I am always looking to purchase knife collections or single knives. And yes, I take trades! See the "About Us" page for my return policy and disclaimer information. Please call me at 209.295-5568.
I accept most major credit cards, bank checks, money orders, PayPal and personal checks. Shipping is via USPS, insured priority mail.
A beautiful old Case XX era (1940-1965) model 61093. Never carried or used essentially a mint knife. I don't see ANY spots on the blade, but I'm certain we could find one with a large magnifier... Read More
Just arrived from Randall. This super model 16 looks incredble. The 7" blade is of 1/4" stainless steel stock with saw teeth and thumb notches... Read More
This Randall model 1-7" is beautiful. Never carried or used, but has been stored a little bit in the sheath, so call it near mint. It has a 7" stainless steel blade of 1/4" stock, a nickel silver guard, standard spacers, a nice stag handle with 4 finger grips and an aluminum pommel with thong hole... Read More
BRAND NEW FROM RANDALL. This model 10 has crazy dark orange handles. Couldn't quite capture the deep orange in the photos. It has a 5" stainless steel blade with thumb notches, the orange handle with lined thong hole and comes with a brown sheath... Read More
WOW! Just arrived from Randall. This Smithsonian bowie is drop dead gorgeous. It has the huge 11" carbon steel blade of 3/8" stock, a lugged brass guard, brass and black spacers, a HUGE and beautiful stag handle and a brass crows beak butt cap with thong hole... Read More