Crocodile Dundee Knife - Bowie Hunting Knife

harrysteven

New Member
Famous Knife from movie Crocodile Dundee that's not a knife this is a knife.
Product Details: Length 18 Inch, Blade 12 Inch. Handle 6 Inch.
Blade made of J2/D2 Stainless steel.
Discounted Price 150$ with Free Shipping.


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J. Doyle

Dealer - Purveyor
Just for clarity, are you saying this is THE actual knife from the movie?

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Ah.....never mind. Just checked the link and see this is spam. Nothing to see here.
 

bladegrinder

Well-Known Member
I’ll never understand how something like that can be made on the other side of the planet; put on a truck, then a ship, sailed half way around the world, then on a few more trucks to who knows where, and then sold for $150.00 and still,more than one person is actually making money on it.
 

Smallshop

KNIFE MAKER
I’ll never understand how something like that can be made on the other side of the planet; put on a truck, then a ship, sailed half way around the world, then on a few more trucks to who knows where, and then sold for $150.00 and still,more than one person is actually making money on it.
exactly what I was thinking....If only I could "produce" in a country with no human rights laws, no pollution laws, no workers comp, workers living in barracks being paid in food....sigh...the good life...lol.
 

RJU

New Member
exactly what I was thinking....If only I could "produce" in a country with no human rights laws, no pollution laws, no workers comp, workers living in barracks being paid in food....sigh...the good life...lol.
It’s not always large operations like this. Often you have a bunch of small independent shops putting out a bunch of product and selling it cheap to an exporter. From there is not too expensive to send it on ship somewhere that is a central repository where the item is sold to the end user. Many times the materials are subpar allowing for the cheaper costs but also places like where I currently live have a low cost of living and the average salary reflects this reality. Therefore it isn’t “slave labor” but rather cheap labor. I know several knife makers who make full custom chef knives with decent materials (aebl, damasteel, etc) and sell the final product for about $100-$150. They make a normal living here and do just fine.
 
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