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Randalls have a cult following and are generally regarded as collectors, though they are good working kniives if you can stand banging up a $300 knife. You can find premade samples but they thrive on custom orders where delivery time can range up to 18 months or so.
You won't find one in even decent shape for less than 10x the cost of your Buck. As an example, I bought a limited run "Mini #1" for $275 (from the factory) and sold it a year later for $600.
They're good quality forged O1 carbon steel knives and one of the few companies to forge stainless (they now use ATS-34, not 440A/B stated in the catalog).
In their price range and relative to a plethora of newer makers (mostly semi-custom in this price range), they're above average simply because of the forging vs. stock removal. However, they are slow to adopt newer steels; ATS-35 is ho-hum these days.