Dogface: A self imposed name used by combat soldiers, especially during world war two. Combat soldiers wear dog tags, sleep in pup
tents and dig foxholes. Add to that the fact that they are ordered around like dogs and have a life most people wouldn’t give to their
family pets today and you can see how the term was derived. Only if you’ve ever done it (in war or peace time. Although war makes it
much, much worse) can you fully understand just how much it truly is a dog’s life, sometimes less than a dog’s life. And the amazing thing
is that in today’s Army these fine men do it voluntarily. God bless each and every one.
The Dogface is a mix of two knives. The base design is from the Gasconade river with influence from the classic Jet Pilot’s Knife.
If , like me, you enjoy the original J.P.K. I think you’ll be pleased with the mix of my style of bushcraft knife with the old classic.
Handle about 4 3/4"
Blade about 4 1/4"