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    1) unknown fighting knife. what i like about it that there is no visible connection between the blade and the handle . no marking . very heavy knife. could be it made out from a bayonet ?

    2)Sheffield England William rogers I cut my way bone handle 3.5" blade.
    i know that William rogers was one of the makers of the commando British commando knife.

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    Interesting fighting knife, I hope we can find out more about it. Can you post of a pic of the hilt, viewed from the tip?

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    That one with the bone handle looks similar to the hunting knife I used to own. I believe it was made by PIC in Solingen though. Good money for stag and bone handled knives these days. Thanks for sharing

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    Damn spelling... ;-) I meant from the top.

    All of my old stag knives like that are Solingen too, some quite impressive!

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    Looks like it was ground down , if it doesn't have any marks on the blade I say large hunting knife rehandled and retipped .

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    I say cut and ground down bayonet, the steel just past the guard is pretty thick for any typical hunting knife, but seems about right for a bayo. Something from eastern Europe?

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    Hi All,
    The knife with the wooden grip began life as a Canadian Ross bayonet.Look closely at what is left of the crossguard..

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    Good call, and still in its home country ;-)

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