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Scout Knife

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Uridium, Aug 25, 2010.

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  1. Uridium

    Uridium Member

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    This is another old knife of mine which dates back to the 1960s.

    I term it a scout knife as it's what my dad owned when he was in the scouts...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Kzf-P57yRk

    Got a 5 inch blade and 9 inches overall.
    Stainless steel, made in Sheffield, England.

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    I take it with me now for outdoors, bushcraft etc.
     
  2. sonofodin

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    Thats a classic!
     
  3. Sheepdog1968

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    Very nice. Is there enough attachment/memory with it to worry about loosing it? I only ask because I still have the boyscout folding pocket knife my dad gave me when I was seven. I stopped carrying it about 12 years ago for fear of loosing it. Of course, it's much easier for mine to slip out of my pocket vs. what you have there.
     
  4. Uridium

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    Not the actual knife no.
    Just the shealth that you can feed a belt through which normally does the job well enough :)
     
  5. Uridium

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    I've looked carefully over the blade and noticed on the reverse it's got these markings. I normally do this as a matter of course but missed doing with this blade:

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    It looks to read 'William Rogers'

    The bottom line is Hu***^%$
    Which I'd reckon to be Hunting.

    Interesting...
     
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