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1441.) Leather KA-BAR USMC marked current type sheath like new, these are factory seconds so do have some minor imperfection in them but all will function and work well. $15.00
1442.) Leather KA-BAR US ARMY marked current type sheath like new, these are factory seconds so do have some minor imperfection in them but all will function and work well. $15.00
2029.) As new unmarked KA-BAR Mk2 brown leather sheath. Fresh in the bag from the sheath maker, first quality item. $20.00
2030.) As new marked KA-BAR Mk2 black leather sheath. Fresh in the bag from the sheath maker, first quality item. $20.00
3096.) M4 original blade blank, no finish ever applied just the steel stamped and ground. $50.00
4084.) Fairbairn – Sykes as new and unused blued blade still in the wrap. This is the third model blade with a needle point tip and threaded tang rod. Never assembled into a knife, it is perfect. $100.00
4093.) KA-BAR black leather sheath for a 5 to 5 and one half inch blade knife. Patterned after the typical Mark 2 sheath this one is made for the smaller versions. $25.00
P1183.) Archangel bayonet with the muzzle display adaptor. Made for the Ruger 556 kit and seldom seen. Makes a cool display, hard nylon type plastic.
4273.) German “Walking Out” bayonet. KS98 Weimar era dress bayonet. Looks and feels like a bayonet but made specifically without the functioning locking parts. Has some light surface rust and spotting, solid no rattles.
$65.00 $35.00 SOLD
4274.) Krag Cadet Bayonet Scabbard. This is the leather frog model and inspector marked. Has slight crazing of the leather but still strong and solid. Has a dent in the body, if you know of someone with a correct mandrill this is a steal.
4275.) Krag Cadet Bayonet Scabbard. This is the leather frog model and inspector marked. Has slight crazing of the leather but still strong and solid. No dents in body, super nice piece.
4278.) Model of 1873 US Socket bayonet. Nice example with most of the bluing intact. Made for the Trapdoor rifle. $
4281.) M1892 Krag bayonet. Dated 1895 so pre SAW used bayonet. Has the correct era scabbard. The partial twist pin in the rear is damaged and allows a full swing of the scabbard but not visible. Small chip in the wood grip and full patina coverage. Multi war usage date on this baby.
4282.) M1892 Krag bayonet. Dated 1895 so pre SAW used bayonet. Has the correct era scabbard that is excellent and intact with no dents. Small chip in the wood grip and light patina coverage. Excellent overall 1895 dated Krag, multi war usage date on this baby.
P173.) Phrobis M9A1 with early low stop and prototype scabbard. This scabbard was of the batch they used to test the plastic and resin. Early prototype piece.
P017.) M9A1 Phrobis International trials. This trials piece was built with an all injection molded plastic latch plate. A super rare piece used in the testing for lightweight and strength of the latching parts. A small piece of the latch is broken on this one from the strain.
4337.) Swiss M1889/11 Schmidt Rubin bayonet. The M1889/11 with the distinctive fuller. Does not have a scabbard. Over all a nice piece with some darkening and patina but no active rust.
P149.) Imperial XM9. One of the actual bayonets used in the testing for the XM project. It had the stud broken on the wire cutter. The blade is marked up but intact and not chipped at all. The scabbard frog retainer plastic is also cracked. This was subject to a punishing test.
P752.) Bud K M9. Here is another faithful example of a M9 clone made for the commercial market. New in the Box
P313.) Phrobis 4th generation M9 mounted on a plaque. I wish I knew the back story on this one. The plaque was presented to Navy SEAL Rob Roy for his contribution to the Phrobis company. This came from Mickey Finn but that is all I know.
4349.) Italian BM59 bayonet. Perfect as new in the packaging. Can not be upgraded comes with the proper scabbard and wrappings. This one went through a repack in 2001 and is so dated. The bayonet is a 1960 model and so marked. Can’t say enough good about this one.
P822.) Great Britain L1A3 black painted parade bayonet. Black grip and scabbard with chromed press stud. Come with white buff frog. Nice markings on rear of frog.
P841.) Great Britain L1A3 black painted parage bayonet. Black grip and scabbard with chromed pres stud and blade. No Frog.
P1190.) Super Rare Experimental Patchett Machine Carbine folding bayonet. Invented for the Patchett / Sterling SMG these folding bayonets saw testing nut never full spread adoption. Crazy rare SMG bayonet.
P1215.) Denmark / Danish M1867 bayonet. A super condition piece. Over length yataghan type blade with nice leather grip and hooked quillion guard. Proper scabbard with some of the seam splitting on the rear.
P1458.) India Pattern No.1 Mk II. MIL Metal Industries Lahore marked and dated to 1943. Fair to good condition with no scabbard so only
$65.00 $40.00 SOLD
4378.) French MAT 49 tube bayonet. A super rare piece that is in mint condition. Made from a oval shaped tube with one side sliced off it is made to store on the rifle when not in use.
4382.) Italian Beretta BM59 bayonet. Like new made in 1965 and so marked. Impossible to upgrade.
4383.) Italian Beretta BM59 bayonet. Like new made in 1965 and so marked. This one went through the factory refurb program and had the checkered grips on the bayonet and the green frog added to the scabbard.
4384.) Model 1916 German Ersatz or Emergency bayonet. A beautiful Ersatz with most of the green paint remaining on the scabbard. The blade is full and never sharpened, has some patina overall. A real nice one.
4386.) British No 4 Mk II spike bayonet. Marked and numbered. Has a great scabbard as well with a 1952 dated Frog. $35.00
4387.) Belgian FAL bayonet. Like new and unmarked like all of them. A great piece. $40.00
4388.) Belgian FAL bayonet Like new and unmarked but this one has the German green web hanger with the M1910 type wire hook scabbard. $55.00
4389.) William Rodgers Stiletto. A very hard to find stiletto on this side of the big pond. Marked to Willaim Rodgers and Sheffield. Comes in the correct scabbard with the retainer strap a bit broken at the snaps.
4391.) German Air Force Dress Dagger. An unmarked repro of the higher caliber. Excellent condition
4392.) Portuguese M1885 Kropatschek bayonet Made by Steyr and marked on the back like the French bayonets. A great piece! $150.00
4395.) German Ersatz bayonet. Excellent condition piece with most of the paint still on the scabbard. Cool piece $125.00
4396.) Czech VZ24 bayonet. Converted over to the German pattern under German Occupation. Has the correct scabbard and frog.
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