I do so in mind of the fact that we are all faced with budgetary constraints and personal preferences. __________________ Trotline weights=Beretta 92's, Makarov's, anything that says 'Bersa' on it, Hi Point, Jennings.....
(DISCLAIMER: hold 1911in NO WAY RESPONSIBLE for any of my OPINIONS, THANKS! It's a combo edge and all stainless...however, these knives were made in several different variations. Life Member NRA, American Legion Member, Proud Veteran U. Army (Disabled) "STRAIGHT LEG" INFANTRY 11B/11C 81mm Mortars and M249 SAW's were my specialty! This is a relatively late production knife according to it's serial #.
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As most of you know, part of the enjoyment of collecting military knives is in the sharing of information with your fellow collectors. The blade is 7 3/4" long and marked "Bone / Lubbock, Tex." inside his trademark Dogbone mark at the ricasso. The sheath is unmarked, but no doubt made by Johnson (who made sheaths for Randall).