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    Received a pocket knife, is it homemade or antique

    No clear markings, would appreciate your opinion

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    It doesn't look homemade to me but I couldn't tell you if its an antique ot not.

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    Take it to a gun or knife store. It looks like a Case knife.

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    I would say not homemade. We used to use those when we went camping.

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    I believe this is an old swiss army knife...remember the soldiers had to eat with it during ww2...see the spoon, the fork the various UTENSILS to cut meat with, even a can opener, and a cork screw...but then again, it might be just a camping tool. But i never have seen a youngster in need of a cork screw...that opens wine bottles! Lol

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    Everything is rusty BUT the spoon and fork portion...this should be a clue
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    I had one of those in the mid-seventies. My Dad bought it for me when I joined girl scouts, so I always called it my girl scout knife. I believe my handle was black though, other than that an the rust, mine looked exactly the same. mine also had a ring on one end I could run a chain or cord through for wearing around my neck.
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    I would bet it isn't a Swiss Army Knife but it probably is the boy scout/girl scout type.

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    yeah thats what i found too slance....it dont have the swiss army logo, casing as well as it has that notched area and swiss doesnt have it...
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    I only took a guess...it was a joke, but why would a manufactor put in a corkscrew
    for kids? Still giggling.

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