Paul, below are three more USN PAL RH-35 Mark 1 knives. ( 'RH' Stands for
'Remington Hunter' which is a carry-over from Remington Cutlery, which
had been purchased by the PAL Cutlery Co. in the early 1940's. )
Not sure if the wood pommel type is an earlier or later model.........
That's really sweet Blitzkrieg, I've never seen the paper with one before, nice to know they still had to tell us how to use them even back then lol
That's a very nice collection Steve, I've never seen one with the wood before, but I think that USN stamp is earlier, at least according to my buddy who collects American blades. I might have to start collecting more of these, they kind of grow on you hehe
I really like that model.
I found one without a scabbard when I was a youngster. I learned how to throw a knife with it.
Within 6 months I could stick it in a 6 inch space at 10 paces 9 times out of 10 as time went by I could stick it every time at 15 paces.
I loved that knife.