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Anderson Stiletto

Article about: I found this at a garage sale last year and was very pleasantly surprised as you can probably imagine. These were made in Glendale CA by a tool and die maker who bought large numbers of the

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    I found this at a garage sale last year and was very pleasantly surprised as you can probably imagine. These were made in Glendale CA by a tool and die maker who bought large numbers of the WWI "Patton" sabre, cut them into three pieces and made fighting knives from those pieces. They are well made and the handles are either grey or brown in color. This particular knife was made from the tip section.
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    Gary,
    You are posting some great fighting knives. Please keep it up.
    These are some that are seldom seen on the forums

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    Thank's Chopperman, you and your fantastic(from what I have seen so far!) collection were a great motivator!
    Quote by Chopperman View Post
    Gary,
    You are posting some great fighting knives. Please keep it up.
    These are some that are seldom seen on the forums

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    I have heard of these before, but these pics are great to see. This is my kind of re-cycling!

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Great, Gary !

    Itīs a pitty, we dontīt have a separate fighting-knife section here in the forum to show them all together ...

    Cheers,

    R.

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    Great thread.

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    Very nice

    I have not seen this one before. You learn something new every day.

    I like those fighting knives. I remember drooling over the US fighting knives with handguard in the J.M. Davis Collection in Claremore, Oklahoma

    Nothing like a good quality blade





    Thanks for sharing

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    You've got a nice little pile there.
    gregM
    Live to ride -- Ride to live

    I was addicted to the "Hokey-Pokey" but I've turned
    myself around.

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    Thanks ;-)

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