Marble's Brass Survival Compass
traditional brass body compasses are a 100-year-old
institution with outdoorsmen worldwide. Teddy Roosevelt
carried a Marble’s compass as did Admiral Perry and Byrd on trips to the North and South Pole.
Marble compasses have been routinely pinned on G.I. Bomber
and flight jackets in every American conflict since
World War ll. A Marble Compass is simply one of the best brass button compasses available.
compasses are still in use today by serious outdoorsmen
and survivalists world wide. A compass in a survival situation is a must. If it becomes necessary to move from your current location, you must know which way you are going. A survival compass is a basic survival item and the Marble Compass does the job admirably.
The Marble Brass Button Compass is available in both pin on and pocket
versions and features solid
brass bar stock construction. The brass compass casing
is strong, malleable, waterproof, and will not rust. The
movement rotates on an ultra smooth agate jewel bearing
and the crystal of the Marble Compass is virtually shatterproof. With a
distinctive revolving black face and green luminous
letters, the Marble’sŪ compass is simple and easy to
Button and Pin On
Solid Brass Bar
Ultra Smooth Agate