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  1. Thread: Father's Day Gift

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    Thanks Jim According to Gary Cunningham's...

    Thanks Jim
    According to Gary Cunningham's "Bayonet Points", the armories started bluing blades in 1917 then switched to the Parkerization in 1918 and all blades continued as such until end of...
  2. Thread: Father's Day Gift

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    No ties for you, either. Congratulations! The...

    No ties for you, either. Congratulations!

    The parkerization under my flash makes it look like it was parked during WW2 but it is an authentic WW1 park. Here's a picture of three WW1 finishes and a...
  3. Thread: Father's Day Gift

    by BEAR
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    Father's Day Gift

    No ties this year. I got a 1912 RIA M1905 bayonet. It comes with a 1911 RIA M1905(Variant 3) scabbard. It's in really good condition. One drawback: the locking latch on the right side of the scabbard...
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