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French Model 1874 "Gras" sword bayonet 25 1/2" overall, 20 1/2" blade- $155
This bayonet was the last of the French “sword-type” bayonets. It was manufactured to fit the French Model 1874
“Gras” Infantry rifle, basically a refinement of the Model 1866 Chassepot infantry rifle. The “Gras” was manufactured from
1874 to about 1885. This bayonet has a solid brass pommel with integral latching mechanism (push-button/spring-steel).
Grips are wood. Crossguard is steel, usually “blued” with upper guard being the muzzle-ring, lower guard forming a hooked “blade-breaker” quillon. Blades are steel – well made – and triangular (3-edge) in form. Arsenal, month, and year of manufacture and will appear something like, “Mre d’Armes de Chatellerault Juin 1882”. The scabbards are usually blued sheet-rolled steel, semi-oval, tubular, with a ball finial. Matching number 13470 on scabbard and qullion - inspection marks - R twice

Spanish Short Artillery Sword $250


Spanish WWII bayonet - Toledo mark Mauser Bolo Model  -blade 9 3/4", 14 1/2" overall, wood handle- $150

Manufactured for the WWII era Spanish Mauser rifles. The hilt construction is steel, with steel “bird’s head”
pommel, steel crossguard with muzzle-ring as the upper quillon, lower quillon has a drum or ball finial; checkered or plain wood grips. The blade is “bolo” shaped, single-edged, single-fullered (both sides). Scabbard is of “blued” sheet-steel with round (oval) ball frog stud; ball finial as a drag. The blades fit somewhat sloppily in the scabbards.


Spanish CETME, FR8, FR7- $20
Fits FR7,FR8 Spanish mausers and CETME rifle. They are approximately 13" long, and are finished with a
black phosphate finish. The blade displays the Spanish eagle and TOLEDO maker's markings.
Serial number ET55735A is also stamped onto the blade, and the blade is a bolo type.*


Emerson tactical -  $160 - The Original - Emerson Knives

CQC-7B-Satin Finish handles, Black G-10 epoxy / glass laminate, Liners – Aerospace grade Titanium, blade 154 CM, Chisel ground Tanto blade - finish shows some wear-

Overall- 8”. blade 3.3”, hardness 57-59RC, 4.3 oz. - "The CQC-7B is by far the most sought after folding knife of all time. It is the razor sharp chisel ground knife that has become the standard by which all hard-use folding knives are now judged. This is the knife that revolutionized the entire cutlery industry. Every knife company has their version of this knife but they fall far short when compared to the "real deal."
  Sowbelly Coon Stripe, Cuttin' Horse blade etch, Germany - $155
Really nice pocketknife with acorn shield on honey scales.
Hen & Rooster Knives, Cuttin' Horse Sowbelly Stockman 3 3/4" Closed Stainless large clip, small clip and spey blades. Clip and spey blades have frosted etch Hand made in Solingen, Germany
New in box!