Thread: Knives, bayonets, multi tools, daggers and other pointy implements.

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    Aloha ALL,

    NICE knives!!!

    Here is one of my latest.

    I got mine today from a guy in the UK who did a review on this Boker Plus/CLB Design Karambit, so a HUGE Mahalo Much to stephen63!!!




    Some pics of the Chadrambit...:rolleyes:
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    Steel lined G10 side:



    Framelock engaged:





    Lockside, closed:






    Lockside Opened:





    For those who were wondering how it spun, here's my first attempt. Sorry, kinda cr*ppy because I was holding the camera in my left hand. Yeah, yeah...that's my excuse and I am sticking to it! LOL!!!




    More later all...I feel like cr*p right now...Ugh.
    God bless and mahalo MUCH all!
    Thanks again sir stephen63!!!

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    @Hunting Hawk, are they custom Randall's?

    @CLB, nice C-bit, bet that puppy makes a hell of a cut.. That little hawkbill is calling to me...must run away.

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    Nifty Boker.

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    Henry's Fork, The Model 18 was a custom I got in 1985. The Smithsonian I bought at Randal in Orlando in 1992 & had a friend carve the moose antler & then installed it. Smithsonian was purchased with a leather washer handle.
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    Default The Chadrambit

    Yo Chad, that Karambit design looks like serious business. Your designs seem quite varied and innovative, they don't stick to just one theme.

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    Can we post pics of batons here or should I make a new thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durandal View Post
    Just got one of these for my birthday from a shooting buddy:



    Becker BK7 Tactical Utility Fixed Blade

    3/8" thick steel at the tang.

    Runs around 40 to 60.00 US.
    Ill second the Becker Knives, awesome survival knife. I have the BK-2, carbon steel ease to sharper keeps an edge better than stainless, quarter inch thick full tang. This thing is built like a tank.

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    I have just quired this bayonet and I'm told it was a German K98 WW2 issue. Can anyone confirm?






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    Default my guess

    I think first thoughts, I would be skeptical. I have a Nazi WWII bayo, there are the typical cartouches on it, that is on the rifles, pistols anything military. (the nazi eagle)

    With out the cartouches, I would guess Yugoslavian.

    I know that does not help. I am sure we have a few members who will know.

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    It's a K98 bayonet. Repro or original I don't know. My guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by therifleman View Post
    I have just quired this bayonet and I'm told it was a German K98 WW2 issue. Can anyone confirm?

    Your Bayonets WW2 German, Manufactured by
    [LEFT][*******#000000][FONT=Verdana]"Elite-Diamantwerk, Siegmar-Schönau bei Chemnitz", aka S/185 between 1938-41[/FONT][/COLOR]

    [*******#000000][FONT=Verdana]Your scabbard is "[*******#000000][FONT=Verdana]Berg & Co., Solingen-Ohligs[/FONT][/COLOR]" aka S/242 Made between 1934-44[/FONT][/COLOR][/LEFT]
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    Thanks guys for the help. So I'm assuming it's some kind of early war production which would explain for the lack of cartouches?

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    Well I struck out, Thanks for information.

    Linedoggie, where can one find that information?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOLLiS View Post
    Well I struck out, Thanks for information.

    Linedoggie, where can one find that information?

    I googled "German Bayonet Markings", and picked some collectors site IIRC "World Bayonets.com" 2nd down. Site has lists for different countries, eras, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linedoggie View Post
    I googled "German Bayonet Markings", and picked some collectors site IIRC "World Bayonets.com" 2nd down. Site has lists for different countries, eras, etc.


    Cool, I have to check mine, thought I am hesitant, it may be a fake.

    Thanks.

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