WWII Wire Cutters – “HKP 1944″Description :This is a standard-issue wire cutter (often called barbed wire cutters) issued to the U.S. military during WWII. It’s a “parrot-beak” (or long-nosed) version of the cutters–which is apparently a little scarcer than the version without the feature–with the “beak” being useful for pulling fencing wire staples.Marked on the top jaw: U.S. / HKP 1944 “HKP” is an abbreviation for the H.K. Porter company, who made the cutters under a contract with the U.S. military.
This wire cutter have a mark with a Crown and ITT
Very good condition – only the jaws have to be sharpened
Length: 23,3 cm
Weight: 376 grams