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    Bayonet?



    Came across this guy while cleaning my dads garage-

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    IMHO . SLR bayonet . L1A1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knife mad View Post
    IMHO . SLR bayonet . L1A1
    I’m charged with moving it on, any idea of an approximate value?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveho View Post
    Iím charged with moving it on, any idea of an approximate value?
    IMO around $100 to $200.

    VIETNAM WAR AUSTRALIAN SLR BAYONET SCABBARD SWORD ARMY FROG L1A1 – JB Military Antiques
    Last edited by Knife mad; 02-10-2019 at 08:55.

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    Thanks for the help.

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    Also found this 1970 army issue guy by Joseph Rodgers

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    Exclamation Condition is important

    Quote Originally Posted by Daveho View Post
    Iím charged with moving it on, any idea of an approximate value?
    Hi Daveho

    As with anything, condition is paramount.

    The retaining clip appears to be missing and looks like an abrasive has been applied to the grip. Unless someone desperately wants one or there is some special provenance with it, I doubt it would be worth any more than $100.00.

    The Joseph Rodgers clasp knife, depending on the blade profile, $50.00 - $70.00. $0.00 if the spring is broken.

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    Thanks for the info Dutchy
    The spring is a bit loose but it’s got a nice profile- who knows, it may clean up okay..

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