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    KA-BAR Documentary Reveals 120-Year History

    Just completed last month, the military fighting and utility knife's story is one well worth watching.

    http://www.thetruthaboutknives.com/2...ndary-company/
    Last edited by gun sane; 05-16-2018, 04:27 PM.
    Never give the devil a ride. He will always want to drive.

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    Re: KA-BAR Documentary Reveals 120-Year History

    When I was a kid, in the period right after WW2, you could buy genuine KaBars in the Army/Navy Surplus stores. That was when these stores actually sold army surplus instead of knock off junk. There were a few KaBars in my neighborhood but few of us realized what prizes they were and they are certainly long gone.

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      Re: KA-BAR Documentary Reveals 120-Year History

      Originally posted by tarheelcracker View Post
      When I was a kid, in the period right after WW2, you could buy genuine KaBars in the Army/Navy Surplus stores. That was when these stores actually sold army surplus instead of knock off junk. There were a few KaBars in my neighborhood but few of us realized what prizes they were and they are certainly long gone.
      Geez, never heard of it. Not into knives, I guess. I've got a Kershaw and couldn't even carry it to work at a government facility.
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