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    usn fighting knifes

    I have two WWII USN fighting knifes. One is a Mark 1 and the other a Mark 2. Was there a Mark 3 ???
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    There is but it was not developed until 1960.

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    Ontario Knife MK3 Navy knife 1960.

    Not highly desirable, they run between $60-$90




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    Well, I want one now. Didn't know they existed until this morning. A bit on the pricey side for me at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimF4M1sicon View Post
    Ontario Knife MK3 Navy knife 1960.
    Those appeared within our system in the '80's as a "Knife, spark free" for use in current demolitions. One of the few we could use to cut C4 or DM12 at the time. Only the Engineers seemed to have source though...
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    Made of stainless steel

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    Thanks all for the info. Now I need to find one. Anyone know where to look ?? I found my Mark I on e-bay. I did my service on a submarine, USS SEA ROBIN SS-407 so didn't have to cut any C-4.
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    Thanks everyone for your help. I found one new on Gun broker.
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    They were on Amazon when I looked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimF4M1sicon View Post
    Ontario Knife MK3 Navy knife 1960.

    Not highly desirable, they run between $60-$90

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    A SEAL friend just brought his into the shop today...one of the only things he saved from BUDS, about 20 years ago.

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