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Very nice PROPER Canadian ROSS Trench Knife

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    Default Very nice PROPER Canadian ROSS Trench Knife

    I bought a bunch of stuff over the Easter Weekend and will start posting photos.
    This is the nicest Canadian Ross Bayonet, converted to a Trench knife that I have ever owned. This one was properly done by an Arsenal or Weapons Tech.
    Both the Knife and Sheath are C Broad Arrowed with the post war disposal marks

    The last photo show the average bayonet converted, however that one may have been done much later as a hunting or field craft knife

    I have added 2 more photos of the blade of the good Ross, as you can see it is a Bowie Style Blade, I cannot get better photos of it for some reason

    Dean O
    Ajax Canada

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    Very nice PROPER Canadian ROSS Trench KnifeVery nice PROPER Canadian ROSS Trench Knife

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    To learn more about your knife, you can check my entry in this thread:
    Unknown bayonet or trench knife or ?, help needed
    where a Ross knife with black scabbard is illustrated.

    further details are here, although there are some small errors for example:

    "PAL Tool and Blade" should be "PAL Blade and Tool"

    CSC Discussion Forum: Ross Bayonet questions......

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