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British Para Utility/Fighting Knife

Article about: This knife was introduced following the Falklands War in 1982. Although a sturdy Knife (you could almost dig your fire Trench with it). it was heavy and as a fighting knife the guard is not

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    I have this knife - Broad Arrow '84 marked Sheffield England
    and have seen only one other in 20 years or so, plus these
    two RAF survival types above it which are slightly smaller.
    Both are Broad Arrow marked as well.........

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    The handle is made of some form of red wood.

  3. #13


    Hi walkwolf, the bottom knife in your picture is exactly the same as mine.

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