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Woodman's Pal Nostalgia Collection Set of 4 Manuals - 240

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Part Number: WP240
Manufacturer: Woodman's Pal
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Woodman's Pal describes this item as follows:

The Nostalgia Collection is offered as a reminder of our humble beginnings from early 1942, when the US Signal Corp was issued this as standard equipment. Many of you remember this item from your grandfather or father's military collection. Some of you have seen them at gun and knife shows. Now it is available for you to own to add to your collection.

No Woodman’s Pal® should be without the original 1942 manual reprints. They accompanied each Woodman’s Pal® during the 1940’s in combat. Each manual provides valuable information on a variety of topics as they relate to the Woodman’s Pal®. Each manual contains the wording and artwork from the original manuals printed in 1942. They include: Care, Use & Sharpening; Living in the Jungle; Survival Tool Kit Airman’s; and Fighting with USA Knife LC-14-B. Available in a set of four; they are a great add-on gift to give to your Woodman’s Pal® recipients.
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This product is USA born and raised.
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1 out of 5
Nov 19, 2010
Basically a waste. The books are smaller than a deck of cards (all 4 together) and the print is old and difficult to read. The illustrations look like something off of a memograph machine.
4 out of 5
Los Angeles
Jul 09, 2010
Nostaigic Books
A great insite into the time of the Second World War. The refrence of "The White Man's Machette" was priceless. AFter I cringed I realized that the world has evolved. Fun read and great customer service. You guys Rock!
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Fred B.
St Pauls, NC
May 20, 2010
Pros: Helpful, Well Written
Cons: None
This set is a real handy guide to the care and Use of the Woodsmans Pal .. I just wish they would have made the USAF one out of foil paper like the 1965 one was ...
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