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Bear & Son Cutlery Remington 870 Series Knives

Bear & Son Cutlery has reached out from Jacksonville, AL. to pay tribute to the Remington 870 shotgun. They're doing so with the Remington 870 Knife Series. There are a total of eight classic pocket knives in the series, each boasting American walnut wood from Model 870 Wingmaster stock’s.

Among the collection is the 870 Series 19975, featuring a Bird Hook, Choke Tube tool, and Chip Point Blade.

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Here’s what Bear & Son Cutlery tells us about the lineup.

Remington 870 Series Knives

The Remington 870 Knife Series is specifically crafted for hunters. It is derived from the all-popular 870 shotguns and incorporates the actual stock of the Remington Wingmaster® shotgun. The 2-7/8” blade is constructed of 440A stainless steel that holds a sharp edge longer than traditional steel blades, resulting in the quality and durability hunters desire. The knife features a choke tube adjustment tool for either a 12 or 20-gauge shotgun that provides quick changes in the field without carrying additional tools. The gut hook can be utilized to immediately field clean quickly and efficiently by removing entrails from the bird in the field to prevent spoilage.

The Remington Model 870 upland touts the signature “R” that is eloquently laser-etched into the knife handle. All knives in this series are proudly made in the USA.

Model 870 Upland Knife Features:
· 2-7/8” blade
· 440A stainless steel
· Choke tube adjustment tool (12 & 20 gauge)
· Gut hook
· Closed: 3-7/8”
· Open: 6-3/4”

Of the eight knives in the collection, the 19970 model appears to be the only fixed blade. You can learn more about the Remington 870 Knife Series and browse them for yourself here.

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About Bear & Son:

From blanking their own dies to heat treating, grinding, assembly, and hand finishing, Bear & Son is done in house. “Our factory is unique because of the extensive in-house work we do, from research and development to hand finishing,” said Ken Griffey, president of Bear & Son.




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