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My collection of edged weapons

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    Nice


    Got theese today:

    A Dutch Stormdolk converted by the germans and a UTICA made M4 bayonet
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    Jeeze man, you have a mighty fine collection. I need to pick up an American bayonet, because I don't have any.

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    Thanks. I would really like to get my hands on a US made M5 at a reasonable prize..

    Here's the M- family. The M5 is a Danish stand-in
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    I have one, not sure how much though. Check surplus stores and dare I say it..ebay. It might take a while to get it over to you. Find KOREAN M5 BAYONET SET - WWII US M1 GARAND ARMY RIFLE on eBay International Market, with worldwide deals on items in all your top categories. Everything ships to your country!

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    It's not hard to find a M5 Bayonet . Have bought a lot of my shit on ebay. The problem is to find one at a reasable prize (total, incl shipping) and a seller who ships to Norway

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    Have done some rescarch on this knife.

    This is the fieldknife for the norwegian airforce school (Luftkrigsskolen) LKSK

    They were made somewhere in the world for LKSK in the early 90's. It was supposed to be a pilot's knife.
    Tried out in a very small number and then canselled because they liked the US pilot's survival knife better.
    Because the small number ever used you always find it in unissued condition.
    If the press-button of your knife´s marked with STOCKO I assume, the knife was manufactured by Eickhorn probably.

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    I have no idea. Mine is 100% identical with your's

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    theese arrived today:

    krag jørgensen m1916 and a "dutch"? fighting knife.
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    Latest arrivals. I finally got myself a US made M5
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    Some more, from right:

    US Model 1917"Eddystone", dutch M4, chinese SKS , dutch Stormdagger and the horizontal one is a yuogoslav AKM type 2
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