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British 1888 bayo

Article about: Hi guys. Very quick question for you. Does anyone know if the 1888 was used in the great war, or had it been completely replaced already by the 1907 pattern? Thanks a lot. Steve

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    I was not aware of repros of these, thanks for bringing it to my attention........ just another thing we have to look out for

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    The Magpie is the shop name and still goibg strong mate.

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    Quote by Spitace41 View Post
    I was not aware of repros of these, thanks for bringing it to my attention........ just another thing we have to look out for
    Surely to actually have one made in repro form would possibly cost more than an original?? This one looked ok but blade bit worn. Maybe when cleaned with a little oil and then rubbed down with wire wool markibgs even if faint may be visible. Will take a chance and post up pucs here. Good responses though guys and cheers liads for the info.

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    I wouldn't recommend using wire wool, but giving it a light oiling sounds like a good idea

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