Andrew now this is a great TR blade selection you have there, very addictive these TR blades imo
Thats a very nice collection you have there Andrew and a nice variation,
thanx for showing ....Ronnie
simply stunning. I'm green with envy.
Very nice collection of german bayonets, the web frog looks great. congratulation.
Is that a BC 41 British knuckle-knife I see in there ?
thanks for looking. i'd be happy to take other pic's of stuff if any one is interested.
on the knuckle knife, all i know is, the vet i got it from said he took it from a german, same with the other knife shown. i just assumed they were both theater made? i never botherd to look into it.
i do have a knuckle duster i just can't find info on yet, and i have been looking. maybe you know when its from. i think ( just a guess) it's some place between ww2 and vietnam. pretty sure it's U.S. the only marking i can find is inside the bow, l l 0 stamped in i'm greatfull for any help.
On closer view, it isn't a BC 41 knife, ... BUT, I don't think that it is field made.
It's possibly a private purchase item.
thanks for checking it out for me Gary. any thoughts on the knuckle duster with the m3 blade ?
Saw some simmilar knuckle knives at:
Military German, Japanese, Russian Swords &* Daggers