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Author:  GOOSE [ Thu Oct 04, 2007 19:50 pm ]
Post subject:  ww2 western made knife

anybody know what i should look for in terms of dating these knives?

Author:  GlenM [ Thu Oct 04, 2007 20:35 pm ]
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Speak to Saddler (Jon) on here - he's got all the info you need.

Cheers,
Glen.

Author:  2ad82recon [ Thu Oct 04, 2007 20:57 pm ]
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Western Knives were not dated per say.....the only markings on any western made knife would have been the patent number and the Boulder Colorado maker stamp.....

All western knives are WW2 era...and had numeric designations and also "type" names.....

they would have ran something like this...L-77 "Commando"...which was a stiletto type knife also there were others like the G-46-8........or the Western "SeeBee".

All are WW2 era.....

Regards

Lloyd

Author:  GlenM [ Thu Oct 04, 2007 21:25 pm ]
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2ad82recon wrote:
All are WW2 era.....


I hope to God you're right otherwise that'll be another Fiver you owe Jon/Spike..... :lol:

Author:  2ad82recon [ Thu Oct 04, 2007 21:32 pm ]
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Nope Sarge...bang on with this Info.....otherwise George Cole has it wrong...:-)

Regards

Lloyd

Author:  GlenM [ Thu Oct 04, 2007 21:50 pm ]
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2ad82recon wrote:
Nope Sarge...bang on with this Info.....otherwise George Cole has it wrong...:-)


Arthur Daley from Minder? You'd trust him with information like this?? :lol:

Author:  2ad82recon [ Thu Oct 04, 2007 22:35 pm ]
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Walks off humming the tune to "I could be so good for you !!!!" and visions of a dodgy Spiv in St trinians movies....

but sadly not that George Cole....:-)

Regards

Lloyd

Author:  saipanmarine [ Thu Oct 04, 2007 22:45 pm ]
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2ad82recon wrote:
Walks off humming the tune to "I could be so good for you !!!!" and visions of a dodgy Spiv in St trinians movies....

but sadly not that George Cole....:-)

Regards

Lloyd
or even howard cole if you mean the knife reference author

Author:  2ad82recon [ Thu Oct 04, 2007 23:21 pm ]
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Yep the very same....where the "piggin" hell did i get George from !!!!!!!..thats what comes of tryin to watch "300"....read forum postings and make a cup of tea all at the same time....

its me age ya see

regards

Grumpy

Author:  GOOSE [ Fri Oct 05, 2007 19:11 pm ]
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Thanks for teh help :lol:

Author:  saddler [ Fri Oct 05, 2007 22:03 pm ]
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Howard Cole - George Cole : Five Quid - Five Guineas

The LT asks if ya bucking for a Section 8 - at least I think he said bucking.... :P

The LT says next Pay Parade your ass is his - are his winnings stuck in the post??

He says it was a sneaky cheap trick to get out of paying by having dogs banned from the grounds at Spetchley!! :lol:

Author:  2ad82recon [ Fri Oct 05, 2007 22:17 pm ]
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You Bloody know what i meant......stop being atagdo...antagos....astagntix......antagon....diagnostic......

yeah thats it stop bein so bloody picky.....or i will get me big tin "O" Neats foot oil out and put it all over that lovely new sling

so there

Regards

Grumpy

Author:  GICOP [ Sat Oct 06, 2007 16:58 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: ww2 western made knife

GOOSE wrote:
anybody know what i should look for in terms of dating these knives?


Check out this on the US Militaria Forum

http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/ ... topic=1975

Author:  GICOP [ Thu Nov 01, 2007 16:08 pm ]
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Just received this WW2 Western "Baby" Shark knife today with wartime bakelite handle

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