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Rambo knives: the ultimate youth sentiment and brute force!


Rambo knives are a global understanding. From knife enthusiasts to film freaks: the Rambo knife speaks to everyone's imagination. A fantastic blend of youth sentiment and brute force you won’t find with any other brand. We only sell the officially licensed reproductions by the Hollywood Collectibles Group.

For every Rambo movie there are two editions developed. The knives from the Signature Edition are limited edition Rambo knives. On these knives the signature of Sylvester Stallone and a unique serial number are engraved. Rather have no engraving? Then we recommend the Standard Edition, the Rambo knife exactly like in the movies! Either way, you will have something fantastic!

The evolution of the Rambo knife

Rambo: First Blood (1982)

The Rambo knife from the first two films is based on the 'Randall 18'. This is a survival knife that many pilots wore in the Vietnam War. The handle of this knife is home to a useful survival kit. Fishing bait, needles, threads, a small scalpel and matches; the pilot had all the necessary tools to survive. He only had to remove the cap from the handle.

Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985)

In the second part 'Rambo: First Blood Part II', the Rambo knife barely changed. The grinding tool in the sheath changed from a rectangular stone into a small metal grinding rod. In addition, they changed the color for both the knife and the sheath. The characteristic Bowie-form remained unchanged.

Rambo III (1988)

The knife from Rambo 3 saw its survival kit and grinding tool removed. The knife has less slotted saw teethes. This knife is also flatter than the previous models. Thereby, it looks more stylish and less robust. The handle is no longer wrapped in nylon, but made of wood. This is also ergonomically better thought out. John Rambo undoubtedly had more grip and power!

Rambo IV (2008)

John Rambo decided to forge his own knife in the fourth episode. The legendary bowie-knife gave way to a black machete. An extremely impressive knife to see! In the Signature Edition, the engravings look really beautiful against the dark coating.