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  1. WTS: Ontario US Military Aircrew Survival Knife I have several brand new Ontario ASEK (Aircrew Survival / Egress Knife) systems available for sale. These knives are the same as those approved for and issued to all US Army aviators. The knife itself is a robust design that incorporates a plexiglas breaker, hammer, saw teeth, serrations, spear holes, lanyard hole and insulated guard into its design. Also included are a separate seatbelt / webbing cutter along with a sheath that is compatible with all MOLLE platforms (it can be carried on its own as well). - Price: $100.00 each - Shipping: Actual Price Contact: PM or email at bevisblack15NOSPAM@yahoo.com (remove NOSPAM) Payment: Standard PayPal plus the fee or USPS money order Specifications 1095 carbon steel blade 0.1875 thickness 10.25" overall length 5" blade length Hardness Rc 50-54 Zinc phosphate finish to inhibit rust Serrated edge and sawteeth on spine One piece molded handle with spear holes Insulated handle molded over guard Butt cap can be used as a hammer Lanyard hole and glass breaker on butt cap Flame retardant nylon sheath w/Kydex insert, two leg protectors and straps Anodized aluminum strap cutter, honing rod, lanyard and replaceable blade Made in USA Additional Details: https://www.knifecenter.com/item/ON1410/ontario-asek-survival-knife-system-fg-uc-combo-blade-od-green-rubber-handle-strap-cutter-digital-camo-sheath
  2. I am looking for a 90 degree barrel facing cutter, preferably for a Brownell's type hand tool, for a .44 revolver. This would be used to cut the breech gap for a new replacement barrel as opposed to a cutter used for muzzle facing. A cutter for a .45 would work just as well I'd think. I've considered the muzzle facing cutters that I've seen available, but most are too long to fit within the cylinder block of the revolver frame. If you'd also have a steel or brass pilot guide in .44, I'm interested in that as well. Thanks. Stephen