Galco’s Association With Rambo Movie Franchise Continues With Rambo: Last Blood

 

Galco Gunleather has been known for five decades as America’s premier maker of best-quality handgun holsters. What’s lesser known is Galco’s long association with the knife sheaths from Sylvester Stallone’sRambo movie franchise, an association that continues this year with the release of Rambo: Last Blood and the selection of Pohl Force as the knifemaker for the final installment of the series.

Galco’s history with Rambo began in 1985. Knifemaker and Cutlery Hall of Fame® member Jimmy Lile, a longtime Galco holster user, was selected to make the knife in Rambo: First Blood Part II. Unsatisfied with the quality of sheaths made by other companies, Lile came to Galco. Lile’s knife and a Galco sheath were both featured in the second Rambo film, and Galco partnered with Lile Knives to manufacture thousands of OEM sheaths for twelve different knife models.

This year, Galco is extremely pleased to partner with Pohl Force to produce leather sheaths for the two new knives that appear in this year’s Rambo: Last Blood, the Pohl MK-8 and MK-9. Galco met with Pohl Force founder Dietmar Pohl at SHOT Show 2019. As with Jimmy Lile in the 1980s, Galco is honored that Dietmar recognized Galco’s quality and workmanship, and we’re very proud to produce sheaths for Pohl Force’s finest-quality blades!

Knives and sheaths may be purchased at Pohl Force.

Galco International, LTD is the designer and manufacturer of the Galco Gunleather brand, the premier American-made line of superb-quality holsters, belts and accessories. Encompassing law enforcement, military, defensive and sporting use, the Galco Gunleather brand utilizes leather, nylon, injection-molded plastic and Kydex® to meet the demands of today’s consumers. The award-winning Matrix™ line of holsters and accessories, women’s holster handbags, tactical slings and hunting accessories round out the line. All Galco products are proudly made in the USA since 1969.

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