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jerryd6818 wrote:Welcome to AAPK.
Do I see a broken spring? Sure looks like it. These are commonly referred to as MIL-K (sometimes MIL-K-818). They were first made during WWII (mostly by Kingston) and discontinued after the war. Camillus started making them in 1957 or 1958, I can't remember which and made them until they closed their doors. They are known to break springs.
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