Light but efficient; a study of the M1880 hunting and M1890 intrenching knives and scabbards by Albert Nolan Hardin Download PDF EPUB FB2
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Hedden and Albert N., Jr. Hardin (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at. The Model Hunting Knife has an 8 1/2-inch long 2-inch wide single-edged steel blade, a stout metal guard (some are iron, most are brass), and a turned hardwood handle.
All were issued in a stout black leather sheath with a brass throat, though there is a variety of sheath attachments. M Intrenching Knife Basic Information: The M Intrenching Knife was a change in nomenclature for the M Hunting Knife in order to emphasize that combat was the primary purpose of the knife, not hunting and skinning game.
Inthe Springfield Armory made M Intrenching Knives. Knives and Scabbards book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Knives were vital to medieval man for a whole range of uses, from the /5(12). Light But Efficient: A Study of the M Hunting and M Intrenching Knives and Scabbards.
Taylor, p. Photos. SIGNED & inscribed by Hardin. Jacket spine sunned. Fine/Near Fine $45; Reilly, Robert. Model of Hunting Knife. These pieces are all over the net and can bring some pretty high prices. Some are reproductions, here is one to study.
Most 19th century cutlery companies made similar knives for outdoor use. 5) A modern Hoot Gibson custom replica of the “coke bottle” folding hunter that was very popular after the Civil War. 6) A two-blade, equal-end jack similar to the one Nessmuk recommended.
LIGHT BUT EFFICIENT: A study of the M Hunting and M Intrenching Knives and Scabbards, by Albert N. Hardin and Robert Hedden. Hardin is best know for his pioneering work on American Bayonets, but this is another important contribution to the history of an interesting U.S.
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I have a Spanish s artillery sabre scabbard that has brass fittings in good shape and reasonably supple leather. The problem is the sewn seam that runs almost the entire length of the scabbard.
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- US M Krag bayonet with scabbard. WWI German Trench Boot Fighting Knife and Carry Scabbard. The fighting knife, also known as the boot knife, was first introduced during WWI. Trench warfare required the need to have a close quarters weapon in case that enemy troops infiltrated the lines.
The trenches were not extremely wide. There was not alot of room to have large body movements. Buy Knives: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Knives for Fighting, Hunting, and Survival by Will Fowler (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The M10 Scabbard is a USGI issued scabbard that will work with the M4, M5A1, M6, and M7 bayonets. This scabbard is commonly seen used with the M7 bayonet as it was released at the same time as the M7 was the standard US military bayonet.
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A handsome, quality Model Foot Officer’s silver-gripped sword with its fine metal scabbard. Blade likely manufactured by the firm of Gerbruder Weyersberg of Solingen, Prussia (now Germany) and assembled by importer William H. Horstmann and Sons of Philadelphia. Description: A clean unsharpened blade on this L.F.
& C. trench knife with the original green leather scabbard and belt hanger. Blade has all the blue and the green leather scabbard is still supple leather, with scuffing and field use, but nothing serious.
This is the model with six knuckle triangular s on the bow. Buy Scabbards and Sheaths (Medieval Dublin excavations) by Cameron, Esther (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 5/5(1). M.H. Cole shows Wilde Drop Forge and Tool to be located somewhere in New Jersey, However, the Project Supporting Paper on Bayonets, Knives, and Scabbards shows them to be in the St.
Louis Ordnance District, so they were apparently located somewhere in the midwest. This book includes all the known M3 trench knife, M6 sheath and M4 knife-bayonet variations. It also includes descriptions of the knives and sheaths. Written by Bill Walters with input from Vince Coniglio.
This book was proudly printed in the U.S.A. The cost of the book is $, including Priority Mail shipping for one book. EW L. & C. Model - TRENCH KNIFE, knuckle guard and cross guard bent, very good blade and handle, datedWITHOUT SCABBARD, Reference: U.S.
Military Knives Book III by M.H. Cole p, $ Sword with broad, straight, double-edged steel blade with two quarter-width fullers running side-by-side down center of blade; brass hilt cast in one piece with cross quillons terminating in large disk finials with concentric circles molded in either side, grip with molded ridges, and oval pommel with capstan rivet; leather scabbard with brass throat with teardrop-shaped frog stud and brass.
1 antique 19th century U.S. Army M Entrenching Tool. This antique entrenching knife would make a rare addition to any collection. This entrenching tool was made by Springfield Arms.
The M entrenching tool/knife was carried during the Indian Wars. The turned wood handle is stamped 'US'. This entrenching knife measures 12 3/4" in length. - UWK, WWII USN Mark 1 Knife and scabbard made by Colonial: This is a very nice WWII USN Mark 1 Knife made by Colonial. The knife is in overall excellent condition with a lightly sharpened blade.
The blade is an overall light grey color with some very minor small dark spots. The hard rubber grip is also in excellent condition and is identified as USN Mk.1, No.9 .Original Item: Only One Available. Dating to somewhere around this is a most impressive Hunting Hanger, a type of short Sword carried by a gentleman hunter, very possibly in the Black Forest.
This example has a brass mounted single edged 17 inch long blade, which looks to have been shortened over the years due to sharpening. The brass pommel cap is cast in the shape .blade length 6 1/2 "unknown brand i think its called cage or m10here are all the stamps and numbers on the knife sheathmio or m10assy mfg 2vnew and oiled in the sheath$ or best from.