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Hi guys. Thought you would like this WW1 story. These were in his breast tunic pocket when he was shot. The scissors took the impact and broke. The bullet ricocheted into his left wrist. his name was Sgt Major W.J. Widdicombe, 142 Batt, CEF. If not for these scissors my entire family would not have existed........including my sorry ass.