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My inherited german knife.

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    As Mac 66 says - postwar knife, IMO........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Willkott View Post
    Thank you!



    Interesting. The Scabbard is only black, cant find any stamp on it. There is a snap button which has STOCKO on it though.


    Willkot, Stocko is a genuine TR period Manufacture snap button, can you take a good clear photo of the rear of the scabbard please,
    also how many runners are inside the scabbard 1 or 2 ?



    Regards Mac 66.

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    willkot, stocko is a genuine tr period manufacture snap button, can you take a good clear photo of the rear of the scabbard please,
    also how many runners are inside the scabbard 1 or 2 ?
    Sure!

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    Willkott, by these pix i would say the scabbard looks genuine enough but "may" have been manufactured post war with origional leftover parts.


    Regards Mac 66.

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    Stocko is still in business making snaps,- at Stocko GmbH KG in Wuppertal, a worldwide mfg of Snaps & Connector Systems.

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    Thanks for the info, mutch appreciated!

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