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    Posted: May 28 2015 at 2:47am
he!!o
First many thanks to Zed who found it on website for me

So, here is a rebadged Wilkinson P1907, for Siamese contract. Only 10.000 made...
Leather on the scabbard replaced by steel.
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I am amazed every time even a component of a Siamese contract rifle comes up. They are so hard to find. Good job on finding this bayonet guys!
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Thank you
I happy to have this too....
desactivated according french laws (AN desactivation badge), but those pics are the only I have


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Originally posted by BSA1916 BSA1916 wrote:

he!!o
First many thanks to Zed who found it on website for me

So, here is a rebadged Wilkinson P1907, for Siamese contract. Only 10.000 made...
Leather on the scabbard replaced by steel.
Best regards
Francois





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It's the first time that I can read 1907 and Wilkinson on a siamese bayo.
On all other siamese 1907 bayonets that I saw (at least four others than this one), the british originals marking have been carefully grinded.


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My "Smiling Tigers".  Fortunately the rifle hasn't been deactivated.



           
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Originally posted by fross fross wrote:



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It's the first time that I can read 1907 and Wilkinson on a siamese bayo.
On all other siamese 1907 bayonets that I saw (at least four others than this one), the british originals marking have been carefully grinded.


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That what I saw too, but should I be worried? 
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Originally posted by BSA1916 BSA1916 wrote:

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That what I saw too, but should I be worried? 
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Non, aucune raison de s'inquiéter. Ta siamoise est très bien Wink


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le double marquage lui donne plus de charme je trouve...et au moins on constate bien qu'ils ont fourgué un peu du trop plein de la ww1.... LOL
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dittos what bear said - i never see the siamese bits here either , and yes i do look as i know how rare thay are , 
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I have one 1907 siamese bayo for sale if you want.

Complete with steel scabbard, good shape except damaged grips but I give a pair of original ones like new. Just have to install them. Wink

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Originally posted by fross fross wrote:

I have one 1907 siamese bayo for sale if you want.

Complete with steel scabbard, good shape except damaged grips but I give a pair of original ones like new. Just have to install them. Wink

Francois


Bayonet sold.

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HHMMMMPH!...The French have a different word for everything...
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im sure you are right - i missed the word i think , but i gotta say its nice when things come together so well 
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Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

HHMMMMPH!...The French have a different word for everything...


What do you mean? Smile

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Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

HHMMMMPH!...The French have a different word for everything...

Hoadie! it's called another language!!!LOL
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