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Can I See Your Trench Knives?

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    Default Can I See Your Trench Knives?

    I'll start with mine; A U.S. 1917, made by L.F.&C. No scabbard.
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    Nice trench knife! Thanks for showing.

    Regards

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    Quote by Ingrid Patrouille View Post
    Nice trench knife! Thanks for showing.

    Regards
    Thanks! Do you have any? And I am talking in general.

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    Quote by Blitzkrieg Bop View Post
    Thanks! Do you have any? And I am talking in general.
    No, I only have a relic butcher bayo; cut down to trench knife.

    Regards

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    Quote by Ingrid Patrouille View Post
    No, I only have a relic butcher bayo; cut down to trench knife.

    Regards
    Pretty neat.

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    i'll add a few of mine. here is my LF&C knuckle duster. and an odd one that i cant find any info on.
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    U.S. M-3 with M-6 scabbard.
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    spanish commando knife
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    Wow Andrew, the 2nd one you posted looks like a custom, trench made jobber. To me, stuff like that are works of art considering the conditions they were being made under and the fact that under fire, a lot of supplies and fabrication materials aren't readily available.

    I'd love to get my hands on a knuckle duster... those things are so MEAN looking!

    Great knives, all!

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    Soldiers not actually in combat in the field have large amounts of time and little to do with it-making 'trench art' and more practical extra weapons is/was a common thing to do-machining facilities are usually available at or near to the front and various 'raw materials' like broken bayos, brass, wood etc all over the place-and that's before you start to get to official issue stuff!

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    Nice collection Andrew!

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