The timeless British Army Knife has seen a resurgence in popularity of late, this is mostly due to the fact that its sub-3″ blade means that its 100% street legal in the UK and the many other countries that limit blade length for safety reasons.
Each British Army Knife is still made using traditional methods in Sheffield, England from stainless steel and includes a sheepsfoot blade (2.5″), a can opener knife (2″), a flathead screwdriver and a marlinspike (3″).
When you hold a British Army Knife in your hand it feels like the men’s version of the Swiss Army Knife, although the British variant has been in production since the mid-1800s making it about 40 years older than its Swiss sibling.
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