Though it's not a KA-BAR, it's worth a look.
Another knife my dad made while he was on Okinawa.......don't know where he got the blade.
Cherished possession anyway.
"Supposin' I was to go to work and learn how to... to read writin'. Well, how'd I know that the feller that... that wrote the writin' was a writin' the writin' right? Here I might be just a readin' wrong writin', don't ya see?"
One of my favorites, a PAL with the PAL stamped scabbard.
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NICE pics guy's......!
All cool, very cool.
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Found this older knife in some of my grandfather’s things. Was immediately drawn to the steel in the blade. I think it’s a Western, but don’t know a thing about these knives. The grip is too small to fit in my hand. Is there a way to re-grip the knife?
When I was handed the knife, upon seeing those marks, I half jokingly asked if those marks were anything like the notches that gunfighters put on their guns. The steely silent look that I got back, made me know enough to not say anything more, nor ask about them again.
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When my Niece's oldest daughter graduated high school , I asked her what she wanted for graduation . Without hesitation she said she wanted a USMC Ka-bar fighting knife . I got her one and now she's 41 and a paramedic for the fire department . The Ka-bar goes with her every day .
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