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Theater Knife, Post Your Favorite(s) here

Article about: Hello All, In the field of collecting we all have our favorite areas, and one of mine is theater knives. I find them interesting, as some can be a work of art or a tool for killing. I'm goin

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    Default US Navy Shipboard Knife

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    Default US KA-BAR Theater Knife

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    I was told by the veteran that the handle was made from aircraft Plexi-glass & brass welded. Strong knife.

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    Love the cord work! The black spacers are interesting, pieces from a Checkers game? Thanks for sharing, and Welcome to the Forum!

    Mart

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    Another nice one, that i thank you for showing!

    Mart
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    Default US WWII Theater Knife

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    Another with Plexiglass and aluminum from an aircraft. The blade appears to be from a Patton type sword blade. Solid and extremely sturdy knife.

    Aren't GI's the most ingenious people in the world?

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    These are great fun. Hope you enjoy.

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    Here are my shoddy two blades of this type! Not exactly nice looking, but the Bayonet is at least interesting in it's italian origins!
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    i got few

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    Cool, thanks for showing! What was the blade on #3 made from? A file maybe?

    Mart

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    Cool, thanks for showing! What was the blade on #3 made from? A file maybe?

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    i think its made from a ross bayonet MK1

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