Nope, but looks nice.
Does anyone know when they were manufactured, how many and which units used them?
The one I have is marked Bahco on the leathe part of the scabbard and "PN" on the bottom of the scabbard leather part. Anyone know what the "PM" means?
The Bahco knife was designed by the well known Swedish industrial designer Arne Erkers in 1965. First year it vas made at the old Eskilstuna Jernbolaget (EJ-anchor-AB) factory in Eskilstuna. After that (1966 to 1997) manufacture vas moved to Norway and the knife vas made by Helle company.
It vas made and sold as a pure civilian hunting knife. But due to the good design it vas privately acquired by many in the Swedish army and air force as a field knife.
The snap on top of sheath is missing on your knife.
I don't know the meaning of marking "PN".
Greetings from Stockholm Sweden
Good knife with a beaten up scabbard. Top snap missing as well as the boot hook.
Looks like made in Norway
I think i better to turn the sharping stone on plastic part of scabbard to back side by turning scabbard around.
Hard to see in photo but the top strap is intact. I flipped the stone around but does not seem you fit as nicely as on the front.