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PostPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 1:26 am 
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hey guys
Great site....anyway I have a older automatic knife that I would like some info on if anyone could help.The knife is familar to the German hunting automatics with shotshell puller and "Springer" stamped on the lower brass bolster. What makes this knife different then the German ones I found is there is "BAZAR" stamped on the blade.Any and all help will be appreciated

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brianj53 wrote:
hey guys
Great site....anyway I have a older automatic knife that I would like some info on if anyone could help.The knife is familar to the German hunting automatics with shotshell puller and "Springer" stamped on the lower brass bolster. What makes this knife different then the German ones I found is there is "BAZAR" stamped on the blade.Any and all help will be appreciated

Thanks
Brian


These shell pull levers with brass bolsters (SPRINGER on the rear) and "BAZAR" on the blade were made in Japan. Most of the ones I've seen also have a lanyard ring.
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