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hey! I used to have a red set of those!!(Had a "trap door" in back to dump out the garbage.
..They were really itchy!
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Ahh yes the ol' phartflap.Censored
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Bombs away.
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Well finally had some time to get them cleaned a bit.. And look at my C/C statement for them.. It was just under 550$ USD. I don't think I did bad for what was all there. 

A few spikes.. Nice mix of singer and others. even a few different series


 A couple of Ishapore 

  M1889's?



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No.7's, No.9, and a L1a1?


 Frogs... Seems to be a few different ones for no.4s and a unusual scabbard and frog for a short version of something. The leather scabbard and frog was on a No.7 but I don't believe it belonged on it


 And a nice Swiss sawback along with a Romanian AK blade

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you did fine , that swiss pioneer sawback is going to be worth a big piece of that cost , 

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HEY! You wanna sell a frog for the No 1 scabbard?
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Some Long Lee Pattern1888 bayonets. Top to bottom:

Mk.I
Mk.I, Second Model.
Mk.II
Mk.III
Mk.III South African Manufacture.


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Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

HEY! You wanna sell a frog for the No 1 scabbard?

 You mean the indian #1?  Or what frog you eyeing up?
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I been looking for a frog for my No1 Mk3 Vimmy vet.
I have the scabbared & bayo - but no frog.
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if you need to part with the L1A1 let me know - might have a place for that one 
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Wow! When you first posted the price I was just waiting to see what you got before passing judgement..... You did FANTASTIC!!!
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