Remington’s New Cliffhanger Bullet Knife Features Damascus Blades

Remington has announced the second of their new “Collector’s Piece” Bullet knives.

The Cliffhanger R11001 (R4466-D) knife with two Damascus blades — the second of Remington‘s new “Collector’s Piece” Bullet knives — is set to be released on October 1.

Boasting a modified clip blade and a spey blade, both of which are made of top-quality 416-layer high-definition Damascus steel, the Cliffhanger bullet knife is ideal for both the outdoors and everyday use. According to the press release, the Remington Bullet was last produced as the Modern Bullet in 1988. The clip blade is 2 1/2″ long and is stamped R4466-D, while the spey blade is 2 7/16″ and is stamped 2015. It is 3 5/8″ long when closed. It has amber jig bone handles embedded with the custom Bullet shield, brass liners, nickel silver bolsters and pins.

The R11001 Cliffhanger bullet knife arrives in a two-piece box featuring vintage Remington artwork. Inside the box is a free Remington Collector’s Club Membership offer, a certificate of authenticity, product registration and an information card that links to Remington’s online support center.

This knife is limited to 5,000 pieces and is available at a manufacturer suggested retail price of $270. It is made in the USA by Remington’s knife partner, Bear & Son Cutlery, and it comes with a lifetime warranty. See below for additional details.

Specifications

* Model: The Cliffhanger – R1100 (R4466)
* Handle Material: Amber Jig Bone
* Blade Material: 440 Stainless Steel
* Closed Length: 3-5/8”
* Master Blade Length: 2-1/2” (stamped R4466)
* Spey Blade Length: 2-7/16” (stamped 2015)
* Includes: 2 piece color box, FREE Remington Collector Club Membership
* Special: Limited to 5,000 pieces

For more information about the R11001 Cliffhanger bullet knife, and the full range of knives currently offered by Remington, please visit http://www.remingtonblades.com

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