Summary: this is a Randall #15 tenite and canteen snap sheath. Stone pocket removed, obviously carried. The 5-1/2" blade is full, deep pitting on the front side. The brass guard is in good shape with patina, the blade to guard solder is solid. The green tenite grip has shrunk a bit at the guard and along the tang, very common for this material. It's really a "what you see is what you get" type of knife, aside from the blade pitting the knife is in very good shape.

The canteen snap sheath is in decent shape and capable of future carry. Nothing out of the ordinary to explain, it's been carried and shows obvious wear. Canteen snap functions properly, the end of the keeper strap beyond the "lift the dot" snap has been worn away.

11 photos for review – as shown, a new Randall Knives carry case is included. If you've been looking around for a low priced tenite with that "been there / done that" look... this is the knife for you. The story goes that this one did some time overseas in Vietnam; true or not, it's sure got the look of a knife that's been there. Buy it and carry it or tuck it away – it's rock solid and perfect for use or collection purposes. Thanks and good luck.