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Sabre Japan 620 Slim Trapper
Sabre was a trademark used by Cole National
Cole National also owned Kabar from 1966 to 1996

 
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When it's 110°+, my Gerber Blackie Collins neck knife


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I found 2 different BSA pocket knives in my late father's retirement office desk. He used to be his companies' rep. for local charity donations and the Boy Scouts were one of those recipients. They would give him small thank you gifts like these knives. This was all during the late 1950's and 60's.


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