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However, the assets of the company were bought by Wallace R. Three months later, he applied to form a corporation called the Union Razor Company to once again manufacture and sell cutlery.
After operating for nearly seven years, Brown and the board of directors decided the name of the company no longer matched up with its expanding product line, so it was changed to Union Cutlery Company.
By 1911, Union Cutlery Company had grown and relocated its operations to Olean, NY.
The 10th of November, 2012, will be the 237th birthday of the United Stated Marine Corps.
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What is "EGA" that he will receive after Crucible?? I'll add that to the engraving for the one in the case but I don't know what it means.... They took two or three of my knifes from me until I just went and got a Leatherman.
The mere mention of 'KA-BAR' elicits emotion fr om so many people.Whether it was the knife your grandfather brought home from the muddy trenches of World War II or the knife you depended on during the Gulf War, the KA-BAR transcends generations and backgrounds.The specific style of combat knife referred to as a KA-BAR is steeped in such a rich history that people sometimes forget that a manufacturing company that's inextricably tied to the knife bears the same name. We just needed a good sharp knife to do the job..... I like the fact that I can text my son, and not feel like I may get him into trouble if he is busy and it's an easy way to communicate with your Marine while they are away. The fact that you are his father should make that gift even that more special, and think about the tours of duty that knife will now experience as it stays close to your son and protects him at the worst possible times, becomes a tool to open MRE packages and other things, and links one generation of Marines to the next. As TJR said, it will link the old generation to the new and that is always an honor. I bought my son's each one and bought a really nice case from Sgt Grit to put it in. Ok thank you for your useful suggestions and advice... I just was looking at it last nite when the fact that is was a double edged blade hit me that he could get in trouble. By the way forgive me for not knowing..terms change over the years..... And as it is if your son is going to live in the BEQ he could get in trouble for having any knife period. There are a whole lot of "knock-off" Ka-Bars that some say are just as good as the original but having an original is special, especially if it was a gift or to be given as a gift. But as a former Marine..debate in my head is this: Should I buy my kid a brend new K-bar or hand the one down to him that I carried a lifetime ago? The places we went together, no blood and guts stuff except the deer we skined together, and I did not shoot it, a friend did. I don't know what a K-bar is but a cell phone is a great idea. He can afford a cell phone, the plans aren't expensive. As for the K-Bar, being that we are Marines and pass down our traditions to the next generation of Warriors I think it would be an honor to recieve such a gift from any Marine. I have two sitting on my wall from my units and I have plans for them to go to my son(s) when they are ready for them. Getting the one from you would be very special and sentimental as others had mentioned. Wardley suggested and one he will be able to carry for his day to day use. In the day I was not worried about it, but in todays PC [email protected]@@ world I don't want him getting in trouble. It is the lazy way of saying Eagle Globe and Anchor.