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  1. Kukris, Decorative set of 2 Nepalese Kukri knives

    Kukris, Decorative set of 2 Nepalese Kukri knives
    Smaller than the military full size knife, blade length is 8 inches. The two decorative scabbards are connected together to make a display as shown. s.
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    $45.00
  2. BA194 Ross Rifle Bayonet PAL fighting knife

    Ross Rifle Bayonet PAL fighting knife
    Bayonet for Canadian WW One Ross Model 1910 rifle converted to fighting knife. The Canadian government sent several thousand surplus Ross Rifle bayonets to PAL Tool and Cutlery Ltd in the USA via a Montreal broker to be converted from bayonets to fighting/hunting knives. This was done about 1942. Tool steel was reserved only for military use so cutlery of any kind was not obtainable. The conversion is described in "The Ross Rifle Story" by Phillips, Chadwich and Dupuis; chapter 8, and other references. For a full information page please e-mail us. The overdyed (black) scabbard on this example came from Canadian Navy stock.
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    $195.00
  3. BA620 Ross Rifle Bayonet PAL fighting knife

    Ross Rifle Bayonet PAL fighting knife
    Bayonet for Canadian WW One Ross Model 1910 rifle converted to fighting knife. The Canadian government sent several thousand surplus Ross Rifle bayonets to PAL Tool and Cutlery Ltd in the USA via a Montreal broker to be converted from bayonets to fighting/hunting knives. This was done about 1942. Tool steel was reserved only for military use so cutlery of any kind was not obtainable. The conversion is described in "The Ross Rifle Story" by Phillips, Chadwich and Dupuis; chapter 8, and other references. For a full information page please e-mail us.
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    $195.00
  4. BA621 USAAF Air Crew Survival Knife, WW2

    USAAF Air Crew Survival Knife, WW2
    WW2 United States Army Air Force folding survival knife issued to air crew. Folding blade, bakelite grips. Original working condition, no maker markings.
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    $145.00
  5. BA1078 Utica Mk II Comnbat knife, US Marked, 1960 - 1962 era

    Utica Mk II Comnbat knife, US Marked, 1960 - 1962 era
    Utica was the first maker of the Post WWII Combat Knife. It is called the Mark 2, officially KNIFE, COMBAT, MARK 2. Manufacture started in January 1960 and the shape of the crossguard and colour changed in 1962 dating this example between 1960 and April 1962. Post War markings show US over the UTICA name and no USMC or USN markings. The WWII markings on original knives showed USMC or USN and makers were Ka-Bar, Camillus, Robeson and PAL. Original leather 9 rivet scabbard is correct for this early model Utica Mark 2. This example is well used, blade is sharp and shows wear from use. Scabbard is complete and in very good condition.
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    $495.00

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