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Nice Utica M3

Article about: Hello! Does this knife look good? It almost looks unissued with pretty much all of the finish intact! I've been wanting to get one of these for a good while now...

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    Default Nice Utica M3

    Hello! Does this knife look good? It almost looks unissued with pretty much all of the finish intact!
    I've been wanting to get one of these for a good while now...
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    Looks good to me, no scabbard?

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    It looks beautiful! You did well, M3 knives are very often found in well worn condition, it's not as easy to find nice ones as it once was.

    (And yes, the two I have are in the "well worn" category..... )

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    Very nice Jonobo! Congrats, a good looking M3

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    I've actually since sold this one to get a leather m6 sheathed, 1943 dated and named m3.

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    It was a good one, although Utica M3's are rather common in the
    scheme of things. Please post some pics of your newer set.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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