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Old 01-27-2024, 12:45 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Found the sharpening stone for Air Force survival knives.

I am not really a knife collector but somehow over the years amassed a collection of military knives. Several AF pilots knives. Prices are going up on them but to be complete they need that small sharpening stone.
Ontario knives stopped selling them and I searched for an hour and found this one from China.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/35513209976...Cclp%3A2508507

They warned it takes about over a month for delivery but I was just happy to find it. Converted centimeter to inches 1 cm.= .393701 inches.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/30490459557...RoCnSwQAvD_BwE

Now who does not want a fighter jet pilots survival knife. You can feel the need for speed and soon as you pick it up.
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Old 01-27-2024, 01:45 PM   #2
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I lost mine a while back, and have bought a few little ones I saw at hardware stores, but none fit the pocket of the survival knife pouch.
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/30490459557...RoCnSwQAvD_BwE

Now who does not want a fighter jet pilots survival knife. You can feel the need for speed and soon as you pick it up.
Me wants one. The Bolt handle knife .
https://www.ebay.com/itm/35539171508...Bk9SR4CF7cCpYw


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Old 01-27-2024, 02:59 PM   #4
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I lost mine a while back, and have bought a few little ones I saw at hardware stores, but none fit the pocket of the survival knife pouch.
According to the math the one in my link will fit. Only thing is that damn E-Bay and their Chinese connection. Over a month wait from China. One of the big knife companies sold them but no more.
Check the price of AK bayonets? Holy sheet I have not looked for years and you have to re-mortgage the house for one. now.
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According to the math the one in my link will fit. Only thing is that damn E-Bay and their Chinese connection. Over a month wait from China. One of the big knife companies sold them but no more.
Check the price of AK bayonets? Holy sheet I have not looked for years and you have to re-mortgage the house for one. now.
They must be on the slow boat. I've bought things on e-bay that were delivered in 2 days - from Hong Kong.

Remember when they were pretty much giving away the AK bayonets? You'd get one included with your order from several of the gun parts houses - back when AK kits were $45-$100.
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They must be on the slow boat. I've bought things on e-bay that were delivered in 2 days - from Hong Kong.

Remember when they were pretty much giving away the AK bayonets? You'd get one included with your order from several of the gun parts houses - back when AK kits were $45-$100.
I remember when AK kits were well under a hundred $$ and if yah bought two you got a free Suomi or whatever the hay they called them.
I used to torment the Chineman over on Gunco. He would post a good deal from Apex or someone and I posted thank you I bought them all.
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Polish AKM Type II Bayonet
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https://www.lawranceordnance.com/def...i-bayonet.html

Lot of dealers are out of stock. Check E-Bay holy sheet I could not believe the prices.
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Remember when they were pretty much giving away the AK bayonets? You'd get one included with your order from several of the gun parts houses - back when AK kits were $45-$100.
Romanian Bakelite Wirecutter Bayonet & Scabbard Type l Complete
Pre-owned
$125.00
+ $18.50 shipping
Seller with a 100% positive feedback


https://www.ebay.com/itm/166435482335

Romanian $143.50 with shipping and I stopped buying years back when they went to around $25.00.
Places are showing out of stock? Either they stopped importing or the Ukrainian's and the Ruskies are all stabbing each other with them?
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Romanian Bakelite Wirecutter Bayonet & Scabbard Type l Complete
Pre-owned
$125.00
+ $18.50 shipping
Seller with a 100% positive feedback


https://www.ebay.com/itm/166435482335

Romanian $143.50 with shipping and I stopped buying years back when they went to around $25.00.
Places are showing out of stock? Either they stopped importing or the Ukrainian's and the Ruskies are all stabbing each other with them?
I only wish I'd bought a couple leather belt frogs for mine. Even then, they cost the same as the bayonet, which is probably why I never got any.
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Old 01-28-2024, 11:18 AM   #9
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I have a USAF Camillus survival knife and leather scabbard with an interesting story. It was owned and carried by a Lt Col in the Green Berets while he was stationed in Vietnam from 1963 through 1969. He never married and basically lived over there all those years & learned to speak fluent Vietnamese. His nephew was one of my best buddies in HS and I came to know "Uncle Joe" quite well. He also carried a Chicom 7.62x25 Tokarev in a shoulder holster back then and continued to long after he got out of the Army and came back to the States. He was one of a kind and one of the most patriotic men I've ever met.

I somehow ended up with his knife sometime in the late 70's when I was doing a lot of camping & backpacking and would carry it on my belt. I told my friend just this past year I still had his uncle's knife and would return it to him if he liked.

And yes, it still has the well-worn sharpening stone in the scabbard.
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