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You can also use this link to determine the age of your knife.
For PUMA Knife Company USA use this link: PUMA Knives Germany, use this link: PUMA
By learning the simple Case dating system, you can easily determine the year a Case knife was manufactured.
In 1970, Case added dots beneath the "USA" on the tangs of all knives. So, nine dots appeared in 1971, eight in 1972, and so on.
While we have not yet seen a model of the item or who makes it the Red Cross has at least 10,000 planned for distribution.
On folding knives with blade locks, the Control Number was stamped on the Spring where you depress to close the blade.The number stamped on the tang of the main blade of every Case knife identifies the pattern. 6 is the handle material 3 is the number of blades 47 is the factory pattern So, this would be a #47 pattern knife with a jigged bone handle and three blades.The first number is the handle material, the second number is the number of blades, and the third number is the factory pattern number. If anyone has further information please let us know.A recent offering from Camillus Cutlery are the tried and true military knives coated in a Desert Tan epoxy coating.The Control number, also known as the Production Code or the Date Code is located on different location, depending on the model.