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Old February 2nd, 2017, 02:48 PM   #46
 
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Well done guys! I knew you all had neat stuff. Trench knives, Mauser bayonets (I love mine), gun and cartridge knives (especially a Gunfighter series) and all the others are fun to see. Thanks for breaking them out and posting pics.



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With this one, an industry friend wanted to do something for me. He wanted to have a damascus blade created, and asked what I wanted for handle. I asked for G10 as I had never seen that combination. I think it turned out beautiful. This is the condensed version of this story, I'll post a slightly longer version with the other knife later.


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I have 3 balisongs
top one is a Valor, 32 years old from when I was in high school
other 2 are just cheap ones, but work fine
the Valor I took off the latch so flipping it and spinning it is easier without it
I've cut myself many times with them.
I always wanted a benchmade balisong. my friend has one, very well made.

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Well done guys! I knew you all had neat stuff. Trench knives, Mauser bayonets (I love mine), gun and cartridge knives (especially a Gunfighter series) and all the others are fun to see. Thanks for breaking them out and posting pics.
You mentioned bayonets so I thought I'd throw these two in. A German WWII parade bayonet and a WWII Japanese bayonet.
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Only one I have a picture of is my maternal grandfather's Kinfolks' hunting knife. I inherited it and have used it to skin and butcher many deer since.

Sheath rotted away and it now gets carried in a Buck knife case.



Shotgun is my 11-87 set up for slugs.

In bayonets, I have one for my Enfield No4mk2, Type No5Mk1:


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These round flint knives were knapped no less than 5000 years ago, and still as sharp as the day they were made. They may not be the best looking knives I have, but they are by far the oldest.
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I found about 200 of these in a plowed field a few years ago. They are cores that early humans used to knap off small blades or flakes, you can see were each blade was removed.
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I found all these flint knives and tools about 5 miles from my home.
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Would that have been child labor camp or adult labor camp ? I'm trying to put a value to it.
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Here's a few brought back from Europe by my father-in-law from WW2. German Mauser bayonet and frog/matching numbers, Nazi SA (brown shirts/stormtroopers) dagger and frog, German bayonet and frog matching numbers. He had a lot more relics he brought back but traded them for deer rifles.
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hitler youth knife

Hey Lou 1958, I just saw the exact Nazi youth corps knife on "warrelics.com" a few minutes ago. They called a HJ knife it was in fair condition. Not as nice as the one shown in picture by the poster here. It was for sale for $225. I found it while researching SA knife I posted pic of.
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