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I came across this knuckle knife handle in a batch of other militaria. I was going to dump it as a knock off, but thought that I had better check before doing so as these are not in my realm of expertise. Someone did some flash grinding, don't recall real ones having that much flash that they needed to be ground down. What say ye?

 

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Steve

 

Im going for the with your first thought...knock off.

 

Would be a great project to find an old kabar blade or bayonet blade and build a knife.You would be the only one in your deployment with one!!!

(I know its not allowed) :mad:

 

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Wow!, I wouldn't mind having one of those! That'd definitely make a cool project knife. :thumbsup:

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Wow!, I wouldn't mind having one of those! That'd definitely make a cool project knife. :thumbsup:

The paint stripping of M1 helmets, particularly protestor helmets, is destruction of history by the very men who claim to protect it.
Always looking for gear and items linked to the following: Joe S. Tamura US Army; Ken Tamura 442nd RCT; Capt. Emerson US Army Medical Corps, Norman Albert Wells Fifth Infantry Division

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