Are you talking about one of Blackjack's "Ek" knives? With a sorta circular logo proclaiming all the wars Ek knives have been carried in? I assume these aren't made any more, since Blackjack went under.
T4 (you gotta do something with that handle besides flush
There are many Ek knives still out there to be had. The best were from Ek Commando Knife Company of Richmond VA before being bought out by BlackJack of Effington Ill. Both versions sport the classic wreath alluded to above. Some of the Blackjack production are stamped Effington, Ill. Be leary of the lower end models which have straight steel guards and brass riveted handles instead of curved brass guards and bolted on handles. The various models also were available with paracord wrapped handles instead of micarta, wood, etc.
I own a Blackjack Ek Bowie w/ paracord. Where can I get Ek blades now? I wanted a stiletto style/micarta model and now can't find one. I bought my bowie for $45 and should have got the stiletto at the time, but wasn't thinking. Any help would be appreciated!!
Good luck there are still a few of The EK/Blackjack knives out there at gun shows and flea mkts. I have seen the prices all over the board both low and extremely high. There is one large knife purveyor that is buying up anything Blackjack made and will not sell it for less than 10% over last recorded retail.
------------------ "Cet animal est tres mechant;quand on l'attaque il se defend."("This animal is very mischievous: when it is attacked it defends itself")