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Article about: im trying to know is my one knife with the black scabbard is an MK1 ? marking not so clear look like m.K.1 or M.K 11 . but they are different .the one with out the scabbard is an MK2 product

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    im trying to know is my one knife with the black scabbard is an MK1 ? marking not so clear look like m.K.1 or
    M.K 11 . but they are different .the one with out the scabbard is an MK2 production date 3/16 and there is mark 11.
    so is the other one MUST BE mark 1 ? ( there are name on knife and scabbard both are same.)
    date on the scabbard 1915 .
    with one is more rare the MK1 or MK2 ?

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    after reading all the related matter on the internet i know now my knife with the scabbard is MK1. 1915

    probably PAL conversation.they convert only mk1

    but the marking on the scabbard i did not see any marking like that on any ross scabbards . only on British contract bayonets mk1 .

    really like to get same more feedback

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    I have one in a scabbard, but have never really 'studied'
    these, as they are simply converted bayonets - On one
    website I read, they are refered to as 'hunting knives'.

    I would be interested to see photos of them in use by
    any Allied army - only to satisfy my curiosity as to
    whether they were intended for issue, or civilian
    sales only - note the 'Sold Out Of Service'
    opposing arrow stamps on
    the pommels.........
    Last edited by Walkwolf; 01-21-2016 at 03:21 AM. Reason: Further text.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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