The cost for each package is which makes us think the item may not be of the highest quality but one never knows what buying power they have at the 10,000 level.
Either way a new collectible is now being sent to the folks in the field.
One small room but they pump out custom knives to no end. Thats correct they made Randall type knives during the Vietnam War!
We hope to show different patents of knives and bayonets from the years gone by. Keep the topic to knives, bayonets and scabbards though.
If you know of any obscure patents you have never seen written up please let us know.
I saw it and curiosity took a hold of me like Carla’s dad one day when he came home early and thought we were in school. Not about Carla’s dad – he wasn’t so pleasant that day. I’m always looking for things that will serve more than one function which can cut down on space or weight in survival gear. I may just have to update my Top 7 prepper / survival / camping gifts for preppers article now to include this one.
I didn’t want to just lump it in there or some of you would miss it.
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Now, since these loons are known to be very high risks for blowing things up, it might make sense to focus on them in searches. We have seen them before but never had the chance to purchase one as they were never for sale, just on display.
The bayonet is a typical M7 made by General Cutlery of Fremont Ohio.
In 1884, Karl Elsener started his cutlery factory in the small village of Ibach, Switzerland. Granted, in my case it could partially be because it was from the first “real” girlfriend I ever had.
In 1897, he made the Victorinox Original Swiss Army Knife to deliver to the Swiss Soldiers. I know several people who got them as gifts when they were young or saved up enough money to finally buy one on their own.
A recent article pointed out to us by our good friend Bernard Levine places the newest Red Cross Knives in the hands of troops.