The US Navy WW2 Seabee TL-29 lineman's knife differed from the Army version in that it had a sheepsfoot main blade, like that of a sailor's jacknife, rather than the spearpoint seen on the Army knife. It retained , however, the screwdriver blade and brass bolster that was the defining mark of the classic TL-29. This TL-29 was made by Klein Tools (M. Klein Co.) of Chicago. It has brown plastic handle scales, figured to look like wood, and is in very good condition, with some slight age discoloration and salt and pepper pitting to the blades. Bid with confidence and please view our other great military, aviation, and sporting classics.
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