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Czech Bayonet Covertion ?

Article about: Can any give any information on this knife it look's to be a converted Czech Bayonet, look's a nice conversion even the screw slots have been filled. overhaul length is 10" inch blade 6

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    Can any give any information on this knife it look's to be a converted Czech Bayonet, look's a nice conversion even the screw slots have been filled.

    overhaul length is 10" inch blade 6 1/2 inch.

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    Last edited by zephyr4; 02-06-2014 at 10:37 PM.

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    Guess somebody needed a CQB blade.

    As such things go, not a bad conversion at all.

    How odd, that the cross cuts on the screws have been filled.

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    Somebody done a good job of coverting a Czech bayonet CZ into a fighting knife question is when was it done? Have seen one before and one s84/98 done by a GI in Europe. timothy

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    Someone has put a lot of time and effort into this knife, screw slots filled frog stud moved and scabbard throat modified.

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    i like it

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    Nice looking and handy fighting/utility knife..........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Sorry about damaging a german rework Vz.24 most probably as normal screws are not sloted.

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    Quote by timothy View Post
    Somebody done a good job of coverting a Czech bayonet CZ into a fighting knife question is when was it done? Have seen one before and one s84/98 done by a GI in Europe. timothy
    This is trench 84/98 I made myself from a WWI now totally customized but true to historical models as well. Hope it makes your day!
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