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Many of the knives in this photo are quite rare and are missing from most major military knife collections. My favorites are the UDT nonmagnetics. The Imperial ones are common, but both the Alton and Lawndale versions from the 1980's are extremely rare. The USMC Bayonet 2000 has some very interesting history, look those up when you have time. Here's a link to some of my other photos:
Thank you for the comments! One of the Sea Wolf knives is an original 3 piece made by Gus Marsh when he was on deployment, it even has markings with his ship/deployment information! The other Sea Wolf is one of the 200 production knives from the 1980's. Here's a link to my Sea Wolf knife album with some great photos of these rare knives:
I see 2 Sea Wolfs.. Luckily, I was able to get the last one that Gus had. Beautiful knife!!
Super jealous - Very nice
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