US Marines Utensils Pacific War 1942
Wire Jack Knife
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The most common wire jacks have the words "Stainless Steel" in the upper right corner. These are plentiful as they were used in both Boy & Girl Scout chow kits.
The U.S. army during the Second World War has surprised us with the richness and diversity its high-performance hardware, beautiful, practical and lightweight, especially with regard to equipment of each individual soldier! Here, light settings, and practices that were little bulky in the package of Marines engaged in the conflict in the Pacific against Japan! these covered
BRIDGEPORT were made in Connecticut from January 27, 1942 by GEO SCHRADE.
Both rooms have a body called "skeleton". In fact, the body is composed of a steel rod shaped "pin".
The ingenuity is that this body also serves as a spring with a weight quite reasonable.
Both are covered here in perfect condition, with openings and closures impeccable!
Perfect spring! The knife also opener.
Each base is engraved "GEO SCHRADE KNIFE CO - PAT 1-27-42 - B'PORT CONN - USA.."