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    Never seen another that could upgrade this one in condition.

    -wagner-





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    Hi, Wags !




    But this one´s also a fine item, it´s a coded Eickhorn:
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    Oh Yea...That's a nice marked Eick.

    -wagner-

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    Hi, Erich !


    Great knive´s !

    Every single one of them is worth to shown extra !

    @ Dimas: Also Your´s ! ! !

    I want to "wake up" this thread !

    Let´s see your "Fighting"-knive´s, "Boot"-knive´s, "Trench"-knive´s ... !

    Come on, mates !

    Here I´m gonna show an, (unmarked ), "Infanteriemesser 42" of the Wehrmacht.


    Cheers,

    R.

    OK Reibert, here are some of mine. I will find pics or more, also my LW boot knife.

    Regards, Steve
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    Hi, Steve !

    Thx. for sharing !

    Wanna see more !

    Are you experienced in US-Style and US-made fighting-knive´s ?

    From another mate in an other forum I received this US KaBar-style knife as a gift.

    Could this be a "Kiffe" ?

    The knife show´s good workmanship and the well-known pressed leather-discs hilt.
    Sadly it´s heavilly used ...

    A little bird has told me, that knive´s like this were produced in the sixtees by Kiffe-Japan and were private purchased from US-Soldier´s they used them further in Vietnam.

    Rgds.,

    R.
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    Quote by Reibert View Post
    Hi, Steve !

    Thx. for sharing !

    Wanna see more !

    Are you experienced in US-Style and US-made fighting-knive´s ?

    From another mate in an other forum I received this US KaBar-style knife as a gift.

    Could this be a "Kiffe" ?

    The knife show´s good workmanship and the well-known pressed leather-discs hilt.
    Sadly it´s heavilly used ...

    A little bird has told me, that knive´s like this were produced in the sixtees by Kiffe-Japan and were private purchased from US-Soldier´s they used them further in Vietnam.

    Rgds.,

    R.
    Hello Reibert, yes your knife is Kiffe. a Japanese copy of the WW2 US "ka-bar" style knife. They were fairly good quality knives, and they were very popular in the Vietnam years with the US soldiers.

    I know quite a bit about US military knives, and many more nice ones I will dig out sometime and post more pics.

    Regards, steve

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    Hi, Steve !

    Thx. a lot.

    Also have a look in here:

    Bayo Points 14

    I´appreciate, if you show more pic´s of you US-knive´s.


    BTW:

    This thread is headed: "German bootknives" but IMO it make´s sense to continuing to show fighting knive´s and boot-knive´s also from other countries.

    What do you other guy´s think ?


    Cheers,

    R.

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    whoooooo very nice all !!!

    Sebastien.

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    Super nice knives you are showing us guys Yes, the tread is headed "german bootknives", but why not invite the rest of the family Just found some old pictures of my us blades, and here they are:
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