We found a batch of Bench Mark Rolox IIs that were made over 20 years ago, along with the original Zytel belt sheaths. The Rolox II was invented by Blackie Collins and made in the USA at the Bench Mark factory in Gastonia, North Carolina, before Bench Mark closed its doors in 1997. Features a sliding spine lock.
Each of these knives is handcrafted of naturally occurring materials with as little alteration as possible to preserve its natural beauty. The blade is attached using sinew. Features a primitive style bear paw etched in the end. Overall approximately 8 inches.
Each of these knives is handcrafted of naturally occurring materials using the methods of old. Features a primitive style wolf paw etched on one side. The blade is attached using sinew. Overall approximately 7-1/2 inches.
Each of these knives is handcrafted of naturally occurring materials. Features a bone handle with artwork depicting a grazing buffalo and a blade attached using sinew. Overall approximately 8-3/4 inches.
This multi-tool features a center-axis bit driver, spring-loaded needle nose pliers, rotatable carbide wire cutters & strippers, pry bar w/ nail puller & bottle opener and a full-sized 420HC fine edge blade. Includes weapons maintenance bit set and fabric sheath.
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