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We buy used military knife and bayonet books. Top dollar paid for nice examples of classics. firstname.lastname@example.org
Original World War Two Care Tag from Union Cutlery Company that came with the Ka-Bar Mark-2 email@example.com
Will consider any and all Theatre handled Mark -2 bladed knives. firstname.lastname@example.org
Always seeking original or copied documents on military knives, bayonets, machetes. Tell me what you have. email@example.com
Old Photos with soldiers, sailors, Marines wearing or holding knives or bayonets. firstname.lastname@example.org
Western 8" Fighting knife as shown in Coles Book III Pg. 63 far right. email@example.com
Any government issue Mark-2's in original packaging with original markings. firstname.lastname@example.org
Early model Stevenson pocket knife wanted with Robeson style can opener and fine checked handles. noyes247@Bellsouth.net
I am interested in obtaining all items originally manufactured for Martial use by the Utica Cutlery Company (including the Kutmaster marked items). This includes knives, bayonets, periodicals, books, etc. email@example.com
I am collecting the four bladed all metal utility knives used by the
US military since WWII. They are sometimes called MIL-K knives after the military specification that defines them, MIL-K-818. The knives have a main spear pointed blade, a screw driver/cap lifter blade, a can opener blade and a punch blade. The handles are metal and usually checkered with US, USMC or US Marine Corps stamped on them, but not always. The knives are usually marked on the master blade or the bail with the makers name and a year date. A listing follows of the examples I know I need.
* means I have an example, but want an excellent or mint one. M means USMC marked.
Camillus-all dates prior to 1957,58*,59*,62,63,64*,71*
any marked USMC and dated before 93 except 71 and 78.
Colonial-any marked Colonial
Ulster- any marked Ulster on bail or master blade
Stevenson-any marked Stevenson on bail or master blade
Kingston- any marked Kingston-45 on bail, any mint Kingston
Any knives marked USA or Made in USA on Master blade
Any knives with smooth scales.
Any knives without markings of any kind.
I AM ALSO LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING US MILITARY KNIVES:
JET PILOT KNIFE marked "UTICA" on the butt
JET PILOT KNIFE marked "CAMILLUS" on butt with a date earlier than 1-1967
NAVY MARK II (KABAR) marked on the blade 'PAL" and 'USMC'
V-44 marked Western
MESS KIT KNIVES
MARKED "RIA" and "1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918"
MARKED A.C.C. and date
MARKED HMCo. And date
Contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org
Copy of Mike Silvey's Book United States Military Knives 1941 - 1991 email@example.com
Copy of U.S. Military Knives Bayonets and Machetes Book IV by M.H. Cole (Cole Book IV) firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanted: Good scabbard for a L.F&C. 1917 knuckle knife BGB928@aol.com
Wanted: any fighting knives made by R.W. Loveless during the Delaware period (1954-1959). I will consider other Delaware knives (i.e. hunters, utility, etc.) and fighters marked "Loveless / Johnson". I'm also looking for fighters by Scagel, Richtig and Moran. Subhilt6@aol.com
I collect all manner of memorabilia relating to WW2 British Commandos, United States Army Rangers, Airborne, Paratroopers, Marine Corps & Marine Raiders, and other Elite Units. Mainly looking for the following in excellent or better ORIGINAL condition, no reproductions please!
1) Commando Knives (Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife)
2) Other Edged Weapons (BC-41 Knuckle Knife & Smatchet)
3) Caps, Berets, & Bonnets
4) Uniform Shoulder Titles, Arches, Insignia, Ranger Diamonds
5) Sleeve Badges
6) Cap Badges
7) Original Photos, Letters
8) Other misc. items as well
9) American M3 Trench Knives, OSS Stiletto, Case V-42, Case Stiletto, Marine Raider Stiletto, Randall Knives- Model 1 & 2 including Vietnam, John Ek, Mk.1 & MK2 Navy & USMC Fighting Gerber Mk.2's, and most others as well.
JOHN S. FISCHER email@example.com
American military knives, issue and private purchase in identified Special Forces Groups from Vietnam. Have several SOG knives and fine on bolos but need a nice Randall as well as SF presentation knives. E-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks Andrew Lipps
I am looking to obtain the Fourth Marine Division Ka-bar Commemorative issued by the American Historical Foundation in the 1970's. This knife is part of a six division collection we are trying to complete. Email John at: email@example.com
I'm still looking for a Vietnam Navy Commemorative M7 bayonet with Case by Imperial. Also, a Philippine M7 and scabbard would be nice. K75thranger@AOL.com
- I'm looking for the Gerber Display Plaque that came out at the time of the release of the 20th Anniversary Mark II knives. Being UK based there weren't any released here. I'm after one. Also after any memorabilia related to the Gerber II knives, unusual accessories, etc.Also, I'm interested in the reproduction V-42 knife made by HG Long of Sheffield. These were sold in the USA, mainly through the US Cavalry store I believe.
Finally, I am interested in ANY data/blueprints on the WW2 M6 scabbards; ESPECIALLY the "staple" used by 3 of the makers that had a diamond/coffin shape to it. (Also seen inside binocular case lids, etc.) Need a maker of these staples/their correct terminology, etc. firstname.lastname@example.org
Would like to acquire an EDMF knuckle guard grip for the MPBS M9 bayonet, or M9 with guard already installed. Also any interesting M9 bayonets; USMC examples are of particular interest.
Thanks. Contact Fred M. email@example.com
Wanted: Gerber Mark II Combat Knife, circa 1969 (not serrated), grey
handle, black leather sheath. they shot mine up in Viet Nam, and I
would like to replace it. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for an original USMC ww2 sheath for the aluminum handled stiletto in excellent or better condition. Any of the variations will do. email@example.com
Wanted E.W. Stone knives - Original, Theatre and Anniversary firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for examples of Hospital Corps Knives #9 and #10 as illustrated in Cole III. Being and entry level collector I am not looking for perfection but a reasonable example of each. Scabbards not required. Thanks Very Much Bill. email@example.com
Wanted V-42 scabbard in Excellent condition, eith the long FSSF version or the short Navy Type. Price is no object. Miguel Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org
US Mess Kit Knives with markings RIA 1907 or RIA 1912 Dick Boyd HRB1JLB2@bellsouth.net
Wanted to buy Reproduction Western Cutlery W31 USMC Paramarine Knife email@example.com
COLLECTIONS WANTED: Collections of U.S. Military Knives--big or small (even 1 good piece). Gerber Mark II, Nguyen Dan, Randall, Richtig, Scagel, V42, Ek, Rocklin, Taylor Huff, knuckle knives, Ruana, Mark 2, M3 trench knives, L. Baker, Everitt, Shipley, OSS stiletto, etc. firstname.lastname@example.org
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