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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Ray Guns, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. Seadog

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    Maybe you were into something. A different brand used during WWII. This is an E.G. Waterman with a broke bottle opener on it upload_2019-2-8_3-38-38.jpeg
     
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    Cool knife, I would buy it if priced right
     
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    I have seen the knife somewhere before and I think it is a made in China knock off, but I could be wrong.
     
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    I have also thought about it could have been a proto type knife that never saw production but then was told most proto knives had an "X" mark on them. So now I'm thinking it is probably a salvaged mk II and retro fitted with the bayonet grips. Thanks everyone for your input. Although still a mystery I think i might take a chance and purchase the knife if I can get it at a fair price.
     
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    I've looked for China knives and haven't had any luck matching that one. One interesting note is that the sheath was hand tooled thick leather with alligator pattern on one side. Very well made.
     
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    If you do, see if you can post more pics and some that show the markings better. I swear I have seen that knife before but I do not remember the one I saw having a good sheath.
     

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