British Army Knife

Made in Sheffield, England, the British Army Knife has maintained its traditional design and is still purchased by the British Army today.

Key Features

  • Handle: Stainless Steel
  • Blade: Stainless Steel
  • Blade Type: Lambfoot
  • Blade Length: 2.75″
  • Knife Length Closed: 3.75″
  • Keyring
  • Flat Phillips Screwdriver
  • Tin Opener

Sheffield, in South Yorkshire has a long history of knife-making and is still at the heart of the UK’s steel industry.

Care Instructions

Take good care of your pocket knife and it should last you a lifetime.

Keep it dry – wipe the entire surface of the knife with a soft, lightly oiled cloth occasionally, espically before prolonged storage.

Keep it oiled – multi purpose oil will do just fine.

Keep it sharp – A sharp knife is easier and safer to work with.

Keep it cutting – Using the blade as a screwdriver or lever can irreparably damage your blade.

You must be over 18 to purchase this product and will be required to confirm your date of birth at the checkout. We may be in touch to verify your age.


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