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Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Bill1225, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. Graywolf686

    Graywolf686 Member

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    720DAA1F-932D-42F6-B5A6-06C819BAEEAE.jpeg Here’s another picture Of my dads WWII USN MK2 it’s well used and has a long ways to go
     
  2. Speedo66

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    I'm sure a nice set of Wusthof, Henckels, or something on that level kitchen knives would be appreciated.
     
  3. bikerdoc

    bikerdoc Moderator Staff Member

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  4. SharpDog

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    jar Member

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    A couple nice looking field knives from Larry Mensch:

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    and for serious protection, a Ken Largin Bowie:

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  6. MacAR

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    A little late, but here's (one) of my favorites:

    Case 6347HP from about 1974.

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  7. Cdagrey82

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    It might not be much but one knife on my must have list right now is the Crkt Plier 21kys65o3GL._AC_SY400_.jpg
     
  8. 460Shooter

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    Least used, but most loved would be this US military knife. I inherited it from my Grandfather, who died 10 years before I was born.

    We wasn't a vet, but his brother was, and I'm guessing that's where it came from.

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  9. bannockburn

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    Love the M3 Fighting Knife along with that superb example of an Mle. 1892! Thanks for sharing them with us!
     
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  10. KevininPa

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    Nothing says " YOU WILL pay attention to me!" than a sharp railroad spike! .
     
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  11. John Joseph

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    I don't have one
    I wouldn't know how to use one
    but...
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  12. Speedo66

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    The halberd or the Swiss Guard? lol
     
  13. SharpDog

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    If you have to dress like that to use one, I'll pass :what:
     
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  14. Speedo66

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    From Wiki:

    "The total set of Renaissance style clothing weighs 8 pounds (3.6 kg), and may be the heaviest and most complicated uniform in use by any standing army today.

    A single uniform requires 154 pieces and takes nearly 32 hours and 3 fittings to complete."
     
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