Howdy All, I've been collecting my fair share of Camillus knives for some time, and have recently grown fond of the knives produced right before, during, and right after WWII. Unfortunately, there's one knife from the Camillus "knives that went to war" (page 34 of the 1946 catalog) advertisement that has been eluding me. It's titled the "Army Post Exchange Resale Knife" and would be equivalent to a modern day radio jack, with a spear blade with a bottle cap lifter: I can't seem to find any useful information about it, it's size, how many were made, or even if it was in covered in bone or wood. So, two questions: Do any of you out there in BladeForums-Camillus-subforum-land have one of these that you could post a photo of? Do any of you have any more information on this knife? Thanks for the help! NOTE: this is a re-post of a similar thread that I posted incorrectly in the Traditionals sub-forum.