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    US Ontario Training OKC-3T Bayonet

    Spotted one of these on ebay last night and did a search to find availability and found this site which was less than the ebay price. Niche piece I suppose but as I don't have any training bayonets, and it's cheap, why not.



    Ontario USMC OKC-3S Training Bayonet - Model OKC-3T - NEW - Free Shipping! - MOCITYMAN

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    Now you need them all...
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    I don't think so. I don't have all the regular bayonets yet. I did check ebay for others and realized I do have a bunch of Japaneseicon ones. I was thinking more along the lines of the rubber or bendy metal types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    I was thinking more along the lines of the rubber or bendy metal types.
    That's what I meant, the training bayonets.
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    I get that. I said earlier I didn't have any training bayonets but I remembered I had several Japaneseicon training bayonets after they popped up on an ebay search. They look almost like the real ones, just lower quality steel and fabrication

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    Then the US 1905 model...and the fencing muskets...
    Regards, Jim

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    No to both. They are seeking close to $300 for those things. If I blunder upon one in a junk bin at a yard sale, you bet. With me, you never know. I've gotten some nice things at yard sales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    I've gotten some nice things at yard sales.
    Yes you have!
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    I haven't posted a yard sale purchase yet this year. Been a little light on the military stuff but I did get one significant item at a bargain price. Current issue US Kevlar helmet with night vision mounting bracket installed and light mounting bracket installed along with goggles and cover for $35. I priced it all out and lowest surplus price I could find was about $300 and buying them new was about $600.

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    Five different Ontario trainers


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