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    Default Sg.42 toolkit bayonet

    I boosted these pics from an epay auction. It went over $3k.

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    Man thats expensive. I guess I just don't have to have a knife that bad.
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    Oh, the humanity.

    Sure would like to find one of those at a garage sale. You should pic sticky that thing.

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    Default Tool Bayonet

    Here is the one in my collection revisited....BILL

    http://www.k98kforum.com/showthread....t=tool+bayonet

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    Got yours pic stickied Bill. I bet Bill didn't pay $3k for his

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    Default Didn't sell

    This one belongs to my friend Scotty. It is nice...but 3k for a bayonet !!....not unless it was capable of firing....

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    Default Type 3 toolkit bayonet

    In Bill's thread, he mentions a type 3 bayonet that showed up in SC a while back. One also showed up at the MAX 10 or 11 years ago. It has metal, rather than bakelite grips and is far and away, the toughest of the 3 types to find. If I remember correctly, it was not for sale and the owner had gotten it at a garage sale in some southeastern state. It is the only type 3 I have ever seen in 60 years of screwin' with this stuff. They are so rare that I wouldn't be surprised if they are both one and the same.
    Sorry my old brain doesn't remember more details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denny gaither View Post
    In Bill's thread, he mentions a type 3 bayonet that showed up in SC a while back. One also showed up at the MAX 10 or 11 years ago. It has metal, rather than bakelite grips and is far and away, the toughest of the 3 types to find. If I remember correctly, it was not for sale and the owner had gotten it at a garage sale in some southeastern state. It is the only type 3 I have ever seen in 60 years of screwin' with this stuff. They are so rare that I wouldn't be surprised if they are both one and the same.
    Sorry my old brain doesn't remember more details.
    Denny, It showed up at a Raleigh, NC Gun/Militaria show about the same time he would not sell it, and it was found at a yard/garage sale...BILL

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