MikeS· Premium Member
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Pretty standard, but has the Colonial Anchor and the scabbard has been bent to match the purposely bent blade.
190.6 KB Views: 91
219.4 KB Views: 97
My thoughts exactly! Reply required! Otherwise, don't encourage him too much with his lovely jealousy-making examples that he was probably paid to take away or (even worse!) end up getting dumped on his doorstep...Mike, how about some more details on the bend, and why it was done?
Yep, I get you there, and a very good point tisk, without going into the shape and functional aspect...!!!"but I have no idea what the gender or declension might be"... ...I can't imagine bayonets as being anything but masculine- if only due to their ummm... general configuration, as it were.
(and considered this thread thoroughly hijacked!)
They are bayonets working undercover from my Collection. They sneak in and check out the rifles you mount them on, then record the data for a future "visit" to your Collection. While Olga performs a body cavity search on you in advance of my visit to your collection, I'll interrogate the bayonets properly who will in turn provide me with detailed information regarding the rifles I want to "borrow" during the tour.
Remember the old saying from the Iliad Mike!
"Beware of Greek's bearing Gras'!"
Such bayonet greed eventually resulted in the downfall of Troy!
??Pretty standard, but has the Colonial Anchor and the scabbard has been bent to match the purposely bent blade.