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Hello everyone
I would like your opinion on the 2 v 42 of ebay
a friend would like to take the 2
(still need to see for payment and transport with good insurance for France)
I think she is ok
even if the price is high
all good advice
cordially

 

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Hello. This is Matthew Brice from St. Croix Blades. Those are my two knives. I would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have about these two V-42's.

 

Here is my email address: mbrice@stcroixblades.com. Or you can call: 715-557-1688.

 

Thank you!

 

 

--Matt Brice

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  • 3 weeks later...
HELLO

A word for everyone to thank you for your advice

I thank you on BRICE because thanks to him my friend could have his v42 without any problems

so I recommend to my turn

and do not hesitate to order from France if some countryman smooth and want to order
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The V-42's made for the Force by Case all had the thumb indention at the top of the blade. And no one ever ground off the tip of the hilt.....it was sharpened to a very dangerous point to pierce the helmets.

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The V-42's made for the Force by Case all had the thumb indention at the top of the blade. And no one ever ground off the tip of the hilt.....it was sharpened to a very dangerous point to pierce the helmets.

 

Greetings,

 

Can you please enlighten me with a source from which you derrived a V42 Knife being able to pierce a helmet? Unless by helmet, you meant a leather flight helmet.

 

Cheers,

 

Lance

“With a gentleman I am always a gentleman and a half, and with a fraud I try to be a fraud and a half.”

Otto von Bismarck.

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Both are original V42's. One Navy, One Army. Both in used condition, (of course) and one that is numbered. Once the person has the knife, he can do whatever he feels like to it to suit him. I have had some that the point of the pommel was ground down because the person stuck himself reaching for it (more then one veteran told me that) and one knife I had the person took off the pommel and replaced it with a brass piece that looked similar. They did the same to scabbards. There are no rules saying what he can do or not do to it. Both of these V42's are legit. Enough said.

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