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    Grobet

    Grobet
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    From- US Knife Bayonets & Scabbards By Gary M....

    From- US Knife Bayonets & Scabbards By Gary M. Cunningham

    "This was normally done for parade and ceremonial uses, but at least some were done to help with
    corrosion protection. The following...
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    i was half debating doing that. But in...

    i was half debating doing that. But in cunninghams US bayonet book, it talks about how there was different units that did used nickel and chrome plated m1905s in the field to protect it from the...
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    m1905 SA, parade bayonet

    My buddy gave me this the other day. Its a m1905 from SA, extremely low SN, made in 1906. unfortunately its a chromed parade ground one. It was really rusted when I got it, but was able to conserve...
  5. Thread: 1903a4

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    that is the deepest cleanest cartoshes i have...

    that is the deepest cleanest cartoshes i have seen. almost looks fake. i know its probly not, but its weird seeing the stock stamps so clean and easy to see
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    i get that, but the finish is in bad condition....

    i get that, but the finish is in bad condition. and id rather have a good looking original, then a rifle that looks like a broken toy
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    1917 Parade conversion

    i have a chance to pick up a chromed parade eddyston cheap. Overall its in pretty good shape, althou the chrome is starting to come off in allot of places. Has anyone ever tried to remove the chrome...
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    its how i learned to do it. was thinking of doing...

    its how i learned to do it. was thinking of doing the rust blue also
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    1) the ping It may have happened once or...

    1) the ping

    It may have happened once or twice, but there is no possible way it was a common practice that worked. iv been in quite a few firefights, u are not hearing a ping coming from the...
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    We had some in iraq 2005. We also were shooting...

    We had some in iraq 2005. We also were shooting 50cal ammo dated from the 50s. And some of the snipers had 40mm buckshot rounds.
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    tech is not there yet. only way to do it, would...

    tech is not there yet. only way to do it, would be smaller quick change batteries. that way you just hot swap batteries when u need to "refuel" think like a cordless drill. the battery would have to...
  12. dont worry about low numbers, the whole "low...

    dont worry about low numbers, the whole "low numbers are a bomb waiting to happen" is utter bull. there is very little truth to it, and has been shown to be more of an issue with out of spec ammo...
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    In the US, in my state there is a new law that...

    In the US, in my state there is a new law that all municipal vehicles have to be electric or hybrid. The exemption being fire and police. And there is a law just passed that by 2031 all new vehicles...
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    it shouldnt, all it is doing is removing the rust

    it shouldnt, all it is doing is removing the rust
  15. For Sale: or Trade: US Knife Bayonets & Scabbards. G. Cunningham

    I have a almost new US Knife Bayonets & Scabbards collectors guide by Gary M. Cunningham. It has minor wear but great condition. Looking for $300 shipped. Or willing to trade it, looking for-
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    First attempt at conservation

    here is my first attempt at some conservation. I boiled the parts for a little over an hour then, used a cardding wheel. i think the process worked pretty well. thoughts?...
  17. Thread: Rear band

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    Rear band

    The screw on my rear band refuses to comeout all the way, is it captured?, even at the furthers out it does not loosen the band up enough to get over the retaining pin in the stock. What am i missing...
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