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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by kyoutdoorsman, Dec 16, 2019.
Anyone have any good luck with these knifes, is there any that would be collectable like case is
Can't speak on their knives. But their rubbers work alright.
Their "Case-like" knives are worth the money. Don't know about collectability. Some are fairly nice looking. Their name was rough rIder until recently and they switched back to the Y. I have two or three.
Good looking knives but the metal (stay sharp) is not so good. The
old saying, "you get what you pay for" applies here.
I don't think there's much collector value in them, but folks can collect whatever makes them happy.
Are RR knives US or China?
They are China.
I have a bunch of RR's. At their price point you can "try" patterns that you normally wouldn't think about. The problem I have is I won't carry an expensive knife. I don't mind stripping wire or cutting vines from the tiller tines with a RR. A local vendor's mall has them for $9 each and I usually buy one or two every time I go. I have found them to be above their price point in quality and I have had zero issues with edge retention. IMHO they will never be collectable. There isn't a history or mystique with something made overseas.
Im pretty rough on pocket knives. I have alot of good knives..but they usually stay at home. For every day carrying, i prefer old timers, but i do have a few rough riders. For their price, they are good knives. And i dont have to worry if i break a blade, or if i loose them.
I like em, I my main gutting and skinning knives are rough riders they are a hard steel and I use a paper kit to resharpen, they are cheap, so if I mess one up I toss it and pull out a new one.