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Remington Model 11000 50th Anniversary folding knife

“Remington Arms Company, LLC (“Remington”) is proud to introduce the Model 1100 50th Anniversary knife to celebrate 50 years of the most famous autoloading shotgun of all times,” the company’s presser proclaims. Hmmm. Famous. Mad Max’s sawn off Bentley? His Winchester model 1912? Nope not autoloaders. (Nor Remingtons.) Give up? “The limited production knives feature ‘B’ grade American walnut handles, the same wood used for the iconic Model 1100 stocks, with a laser-etched signature “R” utilizing the same checkering pattern as the Model 1100 shotguns.” Bah. The Model 1100’s only been around since 1963. However, it remains the world champ for failure-free function. Now, about that knife . . .

Click here to read more about Remington Model 1100TM 50th Anniversary Knife at The Truth About Knives Dot Com.

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  1. The knife is also useful for slitting one’s own throat, as The Freedom Group (Cerberus) did when it announced that it was selling off its gun businesses after losing an important government contract. To cover their tracks, it issued the press release just after Newtown.

    I suggest that TFG should make a sword. So they can fall on it.

  2. Why did you start another site that concerns knives and then start sticking that content here?
    Because it’s another Rem Product that I have no interest in?

  3. “Guns are for show; knives for a pro.”

    Or something like that. I think I heard that in the movie Snatch.

    Personally, I enjoy my little pocket knife. Great back-up. A smaller blade but razor sharp, able to cut a whisper. While guns are cool, and needed!, there is something noble about a good blade.

  4. I wonder if the folks over at “The Truth About Knives” get the opportunity to read all about guns? I wouldn’t know, I don’t like to read about knives all that much so I don’t frequent that site.

  5. Another gun company marketing a knife. Where’s this one made, Pakistan? No thanks.

  6. I suspect the frequency of knife related posts of late has more to do with TTAG trying to direct traffic towards TTAK.

    Guys, please stop the knife stuff on TTAG, that’s what TTAK is for. I doubt many here have anything against knives and do indeed carry an old trusty daily, but we come here for things gun related.


  7. With all the knives stuff appearing here, I get the impression that TTAK is really struggling. It’s getting tiresome. If I wanted to read about knives, I’d click the other button.

  8. Why all the knife posts all of a sudden. I thought there was a new blog for that. Or is this a promotion campaign for the new blog?

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