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Wanted Pattern 1907 bayonet

Discussion in 'Other Stuff' started by payydg, Sep 1, 2019.

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  1. payydg

    payydg Well-Known Member

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    After a pattern 1907 bayonet. Trying to complete the full kit set up for my lanchester mk2
     
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    payydg Well-Known Member

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    @blue beasty could you move this to other stuff. Posted in the wrong place
     
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    payydg Well-Known Member

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    Come on... some of you guys must have stock piled for weapons planning for the apocalypse
     
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    couldn't possibly comment on an open forum ;)
     
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    payydg Well-Known Member

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    Still looking...
     
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    Ratae Well-Known Member

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    Depends whether you're after any 1907 bayonet or a (much rarer) naval one to better match the Lanchester.
    And with or without the early quillon guard.
    Arms & Militaria fairs or auctions are going to be your best bet.
     
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    payydg Well-Known Member

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    Not bothered about the guard. Yeh you're right just not many up my way
     
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    They reckon in the Highlands there are 170,000 legally held firearms, unlike Glasgow or Birmingham were there are 170,000 illegally held firearms
     
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    Soldier of fortune have them but they are £119.00 :rolleyes:
     
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    My wife paid over £250 for a bayonet for my No5, I wouldn't have done so but she thought it would be niceo_O
     
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    I paid more than that for my soe tyre slasher knife:rolleyes:
     
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    Sykes fighting knife? Original?
    I don't collect bayonets and knives myself as I don't expect rabbits foxes and crows to get close enough to need them;)
    I also just realised just how weird it is to have a WW1 long bayonet mounted to a sub machine gun, that must be a bit of an odd looking combination? I assume its a deact you have?
     
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    The fairbairn Sykes was more a commando issue. Soe stuff was unmarked and more specialist
     
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    It was what it was meant to have. Just want it for completion
     
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    I know, just thought it a bit odd for a sub machine gun. I have a carbine that comes with a folding 15" spike bayonet and that is a bit odd as well, although it is Russian;).
     
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    oooo nice got any photos?!?
     
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    This isn't mine as I have never taken pictures of it but this is exactly the same, has an enormous 4ft long muzzle flash as it uses full power 7.62R ammo, it also sounds like a small cannon going off and kicks like a mule. Loads of fun at the range and the unfolded bayonet always gets some folk going.;) P1000448.jpg
     
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    beautiful!
     
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    Yeah, mostly held by East Europeans I suspect. There doesn't seem to be any good, old fashioned British criminals anymore.

    Col
     
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    Gang members and drug dealers mostly, the shootings between criminals are regular and only when "civilians" are involved do they really get reported
     
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