This is one awesome WWII knife with a larger than "normal" blade. Don't get any better than this.
This is one of the best WWII Hunters I have ever seen much less had my hands on. This knife is circa 1944 manufacture and in outstanding condition!!
The "normal" length encountered in WWII Hunters is around 5" to 5 1/2" that come in sheaths marked 6". This knife is approximately 6 1/4" and is in a sheath marked 7". This is even more uncommon in a knife by Randall Made that is rare in any blade length.
The blade is in excellent condition with a few minor spots on the reverse side. It has original blade grind and polish. The blade has a bit more of an exaggerated upsweep towards the tip that most, a really nice look in the longer blade length.
The brass hilt of the day with the common five medium thick spacer arrangement are in excellent condition with no issues.
The leather handle is also in excellent condition with no problems with virtually no signs of use at all.
The Duralumin butt is tight without any oxidation and is capped by a brass washer and brass nut.
Period thong hole is there of course as is original excellent condition Soft Arkansas stone
The H.H. Heiser sheath is about is good as you can find in beautiful original condition with a nice color. Snaps work perfectly.
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