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Article about: This is another item that I'm very greatful to receive from wrf member doggert dog. He said that it may be a usn theater knife but were not really shure. Any info would be appreciated. Thank

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    This is another item that I'm very greatful to receive from wrf member doggert dog. He said that it may be a usn theater knife but were not really shure. Any info would be appreciated.
    Thanks
    Ryan
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    Default Re: What is this?

    Indeed - a WWII 'theater made' knife.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Default Re: What is this?

    haha. There's my old knife...

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    Wink Re: What is this?

    Looks like a knife with a handle made from Aircraft parts such as Plexiglass and Aluminiumn which was quite common with theatre made knives in WW2.
    I have a US M3 made by PAL with a very similar handle..

    Nice

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    Default Re: What is this?

    The GI's Loved making these knives from downed aircraft plexiglass and aluminum.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Default Re: What is this?

    Thats Awesome! Even more to add to the history of the knife. I would love to figure out what plane it would be from but that would be like impossible lol.
    Thanks
    Ryan

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