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    Default ww1/ww2 1917 1918 U.S knuckle knives

    here is a nice minty lf&C knuckle duster. picked up four of them from a guy up in meade colorado
    next the french au lion with black painted sheath and au lion mark
    next another lf&c without any sheath belt loop prongs
    last but not least a nice 1917 lf&c 'i have both variations'

    minty lf&c with excellent sheath




    another lf&c with broken belt loop on scabbard



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    Neat! The 1917 model is cool, but I’ve always wanted a 1918 personally. I never seem to have the money when I see one locally though.

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    Admittedly all new to me. Thanks.
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    I like that triangle one.
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    i love the u.s fighting knives the most but do have some fairbairn sykes daggers as well. i am always interested in seeing edged toys anyone may have to share.

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    20190423_132525.jpg

    Ive had this one for 20 years.
    Have no idea what it is other than a bayonet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CapLock View Post
    20190423_132525.jpg

    Ive had this one for 20 years.
    Have no idea what it is other than a bayonet.
    It looks like a M1917 bayonet to me, in great shape too! Depending on the handle, it could be a British P14 bayo, markings will help determine. There were subtle differences and some of the P14 bayos manufactured for Britain were issued to US troops when we entered WWI (weren't enough M1903s to go around).

    The Winchester made M1917 bayos are highly collectible and rare. There are also modern counterfeits. The Remington ones are still desirable in good shape.

    Great history...

    http://www.usmilitaryknives.com/bayo_points_10.htm

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M1917_bayonet

    This bayonet will also fit trench shotguns of WWI/II.
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    Very nice!

    I always wanted the knucks, off a 1918 (replica), for a shifter knob.

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    Looking nice! Cool collection

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