Valor 1700B- Hattori clone of the Buck 119.

Valor Corporation of Miami Florida existed from the late 1960s until the early 1990s. In its time, it was a prominent seller of low cost firearms, ammunition, and firearms related accessories and a large importer of knives from various Seki makers. While Valor’s knives covered a wide range of types, a few models were of high quality and stood out. Valor’s copy of the Gerber Mark II dagger, as well as the leather handled Valor 373 were adopted as official knives of two separate US Army Special Forces units.

The Hattori 1700A was made for Valor Corp. Miami in the 1980s and sold as the Valor Model 1700-B Original Bowie.

The 1700B is the Buck 119 design. Hattori produced the same design under his name as the 1700A, the 1700C is the Buck 124 Frontiersman and a third was made as a clone to the Buck 105. 

Knife Model: Hattori #1700B
Blade Material: AUS-8 Stainless Steel
Rockwell Hardness (HRC): 58 to 59 
Handle Material: Laminated washers handle of fibers, brass, leather, brown and black pakkawood with brass hilt and aluminum butt
Leather Sheath: Included.
Overall Length: 9 3/8”
Blade Length: 5”
Blade Thickness: .015 “
Weight: 6.25 oz

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Knife is used, judge from the photos. Info derived from http://hattoricollector.com/

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