SOG CISO macv BOWIE vietnam knife mac v ccc ccn
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Item 692480425
Location Seattle, WA 98101
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EXTREMLY NICE ! SOG CISO macv BOWIE plum knife mac v ccc ccn vietnam special forces ITEMS IN WELL USED condition BUT ALL ARE 100% ORIGINAL Vietnam era issue PIECES ! knife is a 100% intact and original numbered ciso piece with a type 1 scabbard, original 2 tone stone and a 100% intact and original numbered ciso blade/knife. all items were used but well taken care of. ALL ITEMS GAUARNTEED 100% ORIGINAL VIETNAM WAR PIECES & as stated above . some HISTORY on the knife.............................................................................................In March 1967, CISO (Counter Insurgency Support Office) started to procure an order placed by MAC V SOG for knives. These knives had been modified from its predecessor the Fat Guard with a slight change in the blade design, a longer cross guard and an etched number 1-3700 on the ricasso. The initial batch of knives were tested and a problem was found with the steels temperament. The shipment was returned to the manufacture on mainland Japan where the knives were dismantled, retempered and refinished before they were approved by Ben Baker. The early knives have been encountered with everything from a deep bluing to a parkerized finish on the blades. To avoid problems with the remainder of the requisition, the blades were highly tempered for hardness and the steel took on a Plum Color during the bluing process. The original cost of the knives was $8.40 a piece and final delivery was received in November 1967. These numbered sterile knives were issued to both MAC V US personnel and some indigenous personnel for cross boarder operations.FREE SHIPPING !
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