US TL-29 folding knife, repro

14.99 USD
US TL-29 folding knife, repro
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A century old design, the TL-29 has been a favourite in the US military throughout its life and is still an iconic working mans tool. This robust little thing is love at first sight!

TL stands for "Tool for Linemen", these were issued to electricians and others who had to fiddle around with cables and such in the service, and many men kept theirs after they had done their part. These have been manufactured by loads of different companies over the decades, with the design undergoing only minor changes, which says something.

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