Dating craftsman knives
WWII Australian Commando Stiletto, marked "D^D / WE" at the ricasso on one side and "1 ^" on the other. This knife has an alloy type handle and a blue blade.
He hopes to one day design and build rocket engines.
The class, in two parts, teaches the student first about the properties of steel and how to work with it, opening the door to more advanced metalworking classes.
The class also teaches the basics of design with respect to functionality – every student wants their knife to not only look excellent but also be a reliable tool for any occasion.
WWII Knuckle Knife, made in New Zealand and marked "SMITHS" on the brass handle. At first glance I'm sure you thought it was a Carlson Marine Raider "Gung Ho" knife.
The double edge blade is still covered in old grease. But this knife is actually associated with the Royal New Zealand Air Force.
The blade is 7 1/8" long and in the style of an M3 blade but with a fuller.