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This website serves as a tribute to the rare and discontinued knives manufactured by SOG Specialty Knives and Tool, or SOG Knives for short, which built itself up based on the military knives used by MACVSOG in Vietnam. Here you'll find heaps of hard to find information on old vintage collectible SOG production knife models, including MSRPs, current and collectible SOG knife values, rarity details, exact production dates, sog knife lists and numbers, reviews and user opinions, just to name a few. And of course several SOG knife reviews and our take on various models! Whether you are looking to sell your old, rare and discontinued SOG knives or are justa casual collector wondering about the history of your knives this website is for you!
Many of the collectible knives here have been discontinued by SOG and cannot be found online anymore, be it for sale in online shops or knife forums (bladeforums.com/knifeforums.com). Some models are so rare and collectable - being in limited production/special editions that you would not have even known (if not for us) that they were produced! One such example is the S1 Bowie (Damascus).
We have now added a knife appraisalservice at only $1 per knife!
The website is never fully completed, so we make it a point to add information/photos about a SOG Knife every once in a while. New stuff is being added almost everyday, socheck back when you can! For latest updates, additions of information/pictures to the site and completed knife pages, please see:
PLEASE NOTE: If you plan to use any information here for your sale on the net (be it on any forums or on ebay), we have no issues with that as long as you put "sogknivescollectors.com"as the source.It is only courteous and fair. Failure to do so will result in enactment of copyright infringement laws. Hope that you will enjoy your stay and be sure to tell your friends about us! Do leave comments here: Guestbook.
The SOG Knives Collectors Team
Rarity index scale (1 to 10, 10 being the most rare):
1 - Very common; easily available on ebay, google product search and almost every knife selling website. Spammed with at least 10+ listings on ebay. 3 - Has been around for at least 2 years and are selling reasonably well, with retailers favouring other newer models over this knife.
5 - Knives that are on the borderline of being discontinued or have been discontinued for less than 6 months
6 - Products from 6 onwards are either discontinued or limited edition.
7 - Discontinued knives that pop up once every few months on the "For Sale" part of forums or on ebay. Still can be found at a few online shops though.
8 - Knives that need lots of researching to find. Not available anymore in online knife shops and pop up (if you're lucky) >4 months for one at a time.
9 - Knives holding this rarity are the shadowy kind. You can't find any information on them at all (not even from online knife shops that have not taken down that knife's product page). If you see one for sale grab at all cost.
10 - The rarest of all knives. If you hadn't been here you wouldn't even have known that it existed. Should you have one of these you better lock it up in a triple-combination safe and treat it like a family heirloom...
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Site last updated:Sunday, July 15, 2012 21:02:44 PDT