Discussed in the Case Collectors Club News Letter for for Sept, 1983. Has red/brown laminated wood handles. These unusual and very short lived knifes have several interesting features. First they have the new grind tangs with a satin finish blade. The Pro-Locks also do not have a blade pull, and are the only new grind knives like this (along with the virtually identical Dura-Locks). The Pro-Locks do not have a model number stamp on the tang, instead it is done thru a "PRO-LOCK II" blade etching. This Pro-Lock came with an unusual brown horizontal nylon sheath.
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