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GQ(Irvin) RAF Survival KnifeMade by Victorinox and supplied by GQ, a parachute manufacturer and supplier to the M.O.D. these knives were part of GQ’s contractual agreement with the M.O.D.
The model is the Victorinox “Hunter” and is a survival type knife, equipped with a gutting blade (and corkscrew for the champers if downed!) it has a locking blade operated by the grey plastic lock on the reverse of the logo side. Bottle opener, saw, screwdriver and reamer punch and seeing awl, tweezers and tooth pick!
A rare knife that dates from 1995.
There is a train of thought that they were an integral part of an ejector seat, so if anyone has information on that please let me know.
Thank you to Ron Flook for the photo etc in his superb must have book British and Commonwealth Military Knives.
Code: 50397Price: 160.00 GBP
Finnish Valmet BayonetAn excellent example of the scarce Finnish Valmet Bayonet. Reminiscent of the iconic Puukko Knife, these bayonets are factory sharpened and remain extremely sharp.
Code: 50396Price: 185.00 GBP
K98 Josh Corts Matching NumbersK98 Josh Corts (ddl) Matching Numbers dated 1941, both bayonet and scabbard perfectly matched.
Code: 50395Price: 150.00 GBP
Portuguese AR-10 Bayonet Knife bayonet for use on the 7.62 mm. NATO caliber Armalite AR-10 assault rifle, produced for Portugal by Artillerie Inrichtingen in the Netherlands. Only 1,556 AR-10 rifles were delivered to Portugal, all in 1960. A few additional Portuguese AR-10 bayonets were produced for use in Dutch Army weapons trials. According to the Dutch Army Museum, total production of this bayonet was roughly 1,600 pieces. The AR-10 saw nearly two decades of combat service with Portuguese special forces fighting insurgents in Angola and Mozambique. Low production numbers and combat service have made surviving specimens of this bayonet scarce. This example from has obviously seen considerable service but remains I great condition compared to ones I have seen in the past.
Unlike most modern bayonets, which mount below the rifle’s barrel, this bayonet mounts inverted above the barrel. The one-piece wooden grip is unique and wraps almost completely around the hilt. The only marking is the triangular Artillerie Inrichtingen trademark. The scabbard is closely patterned after the familiar U.S. M8A1 scabbard.
Code: 50394Price: 260.00 GBP
92nd (Gordon’s) Pipe Majors Cross Belt BadgeAn excellent and rare example of a 92nd (Gordon’s) Pipe Majors Cross Belt Badge. Victorian Badge in excellent condition
Code: 50393Price: 250.00 GBP
P1907 By Enfield P1907 made by Enfield. Multiple inspectors stamps and reissue dates. Excellent condition
Code: 50392Price: 108.00 GBP
WW2 Combat Used BeltErnst Schneider, Ludenscheid. 1940. German buckle and belt. There are remains of the original paint to the buckle. The Bucckle has a nice pig skin tab attached. All in very nice supple condition
8th Scottish Volunteer Battalion Liverpool Regt.8th Scottish Volunteer Battalion Liverpool Regt. Helmet badge
Code: 50390Price: 45.00 GBP
Black Watch Sporran CantleVintage Black Watch Sporran Cantle
Code: 50389Price: 80.00 GBP
Commemorative 3” Guard First Pattern Commemorative 3” Guard First Pattern Done by Wilkinson Sword in 1990 to pay homage to the 50th Anniversary of the Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife 1940-1990
Housed in its green felt lined box it just a stunning piece of craftsmanship. Not a blemish on it and as as good as the day it was made.
I have no idea how many were made or indeed how many survive in this condition.
Code: 50386Price: 600.00 GBP
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