Open Length: 6 1/4"
Closed Length: 3 3/4"
Blade Length: 2 1/2"
Weight: 3 oz.
Condition Note: Shows signs of pocket wear and tear. No wobble in the blade, great snap. Some rust on each of the tools. This knife carries the 4 line tang stamp which was used from early 1930's to mid 1940's. Since Camillus Cutlery began producing the official Boy Scouts of America knives in 1947, this knife probably was produced around 1944-45. The can opener is very hard to open but all of the tools have a great snap to them. The knife blade is chipped at the tip (see pics). The bone stag scales were used in the 20's to 40's and even later on some knives. The shackle is very sturdy and is the original style. Tried to produce several angles in the pictures but if there are questions or need additional pictures, please let us know.
Very nice knife regardless of the rust that appears on the tools.
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