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The humble British Jack Knife

Article about: Hi Guys, the clasp or Jack knife was carried by all British soldiers in WW2. They were carried secured around the waist via string lanyard. They were a useful tool and were often kept by for

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    This thread is missing the stainless steel versions, so here they are.
    The top two are dated 1940 and by Staybrite. The bottom is the 1944 pattern, the first British Issue knife to have a bottle opener.

    Better pictures 1940 Staybrite Ibberson Service knife
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    Here is a nice Indian version probably from the Nagpur Knife Factory.
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