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Hi Guys

 

Here's my dilemma. Just bought this unissued CS-34 leather tool pouch in its factory packaging. Do I open it or not? Is it worth opening it? What's your opinion guys?

 

Ian

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Hi Guys

 

Here's my dilemma. Just bought this unissued CS-34 leather tool pouch in its factory packaging. Do I open it or not? Is it worth opening it? What's your opinion guys?

 

Ian

Keep the un-opened one as it is...buy another for display...

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If you have a display specimen in your collection, I would leave piece as it came from the factory--before and after display. Jack

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TreasureHunter

I think opening it and displaying it with the packaging in a nice way would be amazing. Just my thoughts, although I have a sealed 1971 Air Medal I haven't opened.

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I would not open it, as you cannot put it back.

 

The cost of an unopened one is a lot more than an open one, and I suspect that if you do not want to wait and find a cheap open one, someone would trade you a decent set plus more for your minty in package one.

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