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Take a look at this watch, as issued to British Forces
CWC 1970s GS MECHANICAL WATCH...
Quick tip. Earlier models had the bail on a separate pin while later models had the bail on the end pin.
Did you hear about the zoo that only had one animal?
It was a Shih Tzu.
I had a similar problem (I'm with AOL in the UK) so I registered for free with opendns.com and changed to their DNS servers in my router settings...
Take a look at the current British Army issue watch CWC G10....
I'm going with Chinese. The blade mechanism is exactly like a cheepo PRC one I have and the handle design is also similar to a PRC lock knife I...
A Gerber Clutch and a WW2 Camillus US Army Engineers knife (same blade arrangement as a modern SAK Soldier) with bone handles.
The blade arrangement does not match other No 72's that I've seen (I have 2 myself one of which is from the 50s). The bolsters don't look...
I have a Colonial 3 blade electricians knife (new, purchased within last 3 years) that looks exactly like the Klein 3 blade.
Minimalist & tough
Take at look at this...
I have a number of these demo knives dating from late 40s through to 2000+. Although I haven't had a backspring break this has been reported is...
Some civilian knives had 'Property of US Govt' etched on the blade. I don't know if they started this in the 50s
I agree. Not Camillus. I think the can opener looks like a Pal.
Very generous of you.
Looks like a model 99, I think it could be from the late 1970's, the tang stamp may help with a date. Check this link for Camillus catalogues...
Take a look at the history on this link. You'll find some Rangers there.
I suppose any knife with a spey blade could be called a nutmaster!
Was it like this in the link below
Could the Nutmaster be a