My Blades

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  1. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

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    indeed
    a viking we shall go ;)
  2. B27

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    jack-
    HA! :D
  3. Maine04657

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    Here is my H&K knife. Of course for me the knife is back to a back up to a back up.


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  4. B27

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    I have a nice gladius beside my Roman infantry tribune's helmet....just this side of my fine wine collection.

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  5. Maine04657

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    Wine should NEVER be stored standing up.. Nice helmet though..
  6. hstout1143

    hstout1143 Well-Known Member

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    Here's my hunting knife, it was a gift from a friend that makes knives. The others are ones that my sons inherited from their grandfather.
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  7. stede

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    Hstout, in case you haven't IDed the bayonets they are (L to R):
    British No. 5 MkII, American M1917, Czech VZ24 modified or made by the Germans for their use in WWII, German G3, and four variations of the Japanese Arisaka bayonet including a nice 'last-ditch' (third from right).
    Don't let your boys get bit by the bayonet collecting bug, put 'em all in a box and send them to me... ;)
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    HAHAHA! I'll keep you in mind if they ever want to get rid of them.
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    Here are some of my bayonets. I know the two at the top are not bayonets but they were in the picture. The little one is a pilot's survival knife and the other one is a "junk" frost Bowie.
    From left to right:

    British 303
    M1 Garand or 1903
    VZ-24
    M1 Garand
    M-16
    M-16
    M1 Carbine
    M14

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  10. B27

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    Ummm....you really think it matters much?;)
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    They should be laying down so the screw caps don't dry out.
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    I should have used the smiley face. I could read the labels and though it was funny.
  13. MSGT-R

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    A Gladius! Okay B27, I'm jealous. I should have bought one before the prices jumped.

    Now I'm going to have to rummage around to gather up my collection and take pictures.
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    Have the prices jumped? Cause I didn't know that......still pretty reasonable....

    www.museumreplicas.com

    Well, now I look and they want close to $200 for the gladius I paid $110 for.
    If that increase stretches across the whole product line they have indeed jumped.

    My problem is that I have to pass right by this place on my way to my gun club!

    Us should oughta paint our faces blue and storm in there and demand......ummmm......demand.........SOMETHING!...dang right!....We demand something!
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  15. MSGT-R

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    Wow, that is low! The last one I saw was at the Medieval Times shop (Buena Park CA), and wanted a couple of hundred dollars about 10 years ago. It wasn't an arena sword, it was one of the fancy ones. they want upwards of $400 now! (with scabbard).
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    MSGT-R.
    Do you have a russian blue...or just like the pic?
  17. MSGT-R

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    Okay, these are my Hibbins. I drug them out and snapped this today. Too much to drag out my military stuff (and the swords are up high in a display case). Same with my martial arts stuff (I used to do that).

    B27, the cat pic is not mine, but looks almost exactly like her (my green eyed monster)

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  18. Jonathan Metelski

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    Re: Lets see those Blades

    i was thinking about picking up a zt what do you think of yours?
  19. ka64

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    Re: Lets see those Blades

    AWESOME KNIFE...........
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