Hi John looks German to me
Hi Kradman, thanks for your reply. Would you know if any German ones were made unmarked?
1940's Manufrance Saint-Étienne Extremely Rare Faux Stag Horn Paratrooper OTF Gravity Knife
Solid Brass Liners and Bolsters, Nickel Silver Trigger, Nickel Silver Trigger
German all the way!
I don't think I have ever heard of a British gravity knife but I stand to be corrected.
I am unsure about unmarked types and certainly don't rule it out but with these unmarked is not usually a good sign I think.
Keep watvhing though, there are some experts in the field here for sure!
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That's a beaut King Kong!
Thanks for the reply Watchdog. I was told it was British, but I know nothing about gravity knives and am therefore very grateful for your help.
Thanks John Gravity Knives aren't my thing I will probably sell this one
Thanks for your comment. In the link you kindly sent it says that the first batch made did not have a makers name etc. The one pictured in the link had a chequered grip, would you know if all were made with that grip or were some made with a wooden grip as the one in my photo?