Ahhh...the Ace of Spades. Our troops are familiar with this symbol. The ace of spades has been employed, on numerous occasions, in the theater of war. In WWII, the soldiers of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division were marked with the spades symbol painted on the sides of their helmets. In this capacity, it was used to represent good luck, due to its fortunate connotations in card playing. Here's a perfect gift for those Vets and Troops who have used this symbol on their gear.
This classic "sunfish" style pocket knife harkens back to the days when every man in America carried a blade with him wherever he went. Our grandfathers always said, "A smart man will always keep his powder dry, his knife sharp, and his whiskey handy." Remember seeing your Granddad use the tools on his knife for all different small tasks?
This pocket knife with tools has a hand sharpened blade made from 7CR17MoV grade stainless steel, solid brass bolsters, and an original Americana style design printed on the handle. Featuring a 3"L. x 1"W. blade, and a 1.5" bottle opener & flat head screwdriver blade.
(-THIS KNIFE IS NOT A TOY-)