Anyone know what these are or what they may be worth?

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  1. realg7

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    The Remington is dated 1907

    The Modelo Argentino is 1909

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    Looks like they're bayonets. Can't advise on value.

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    Yes, they are bayonets!
     
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    Ww1 or ww2

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    Well what do you think?
     
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    My history is bad and I am Google impaired. But I'd guess WW2

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    Well, if they carry manufacture dates before 1912... WWI is kind of a given. :)

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    Thank u Jesus! An answer. Thank you sir. And yes I am a "lazy moron"

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    Recognizing a problem is good. Doing something about it is better.

    How can anyone not know when WWI and WWII were????
     
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    Hey, at least he didn't guess Civil War or Iraq War. He was within the right century :rolleyes:
     
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    WWI July 28, 1914 to November 11, 1918
    WWII 1 September 1939 to May 8, 1945 V-E Day and August 14, 1945 V-J Day
     
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    It's one hundred years since the first World War and battles like the Somme, Vimy, Ypres and Verdun where hundreds of thousands soldiers were killed, to not know that or the horrors of the trenches, the gassing and the terror of those 'shot at dawn' is somewhat disgraceful rather than lazy. The total casualty list for the First World War was 37 million people. Of those that came back 21 million were injured many horrendously after being gassed, shelled and shelled, many had PTSD as well. Others just never came home, their bodies buried where they fell and some have only just been found and reburied with full military honours.
    if you can't imagine those numbers this is a commemoration of just the British and Commonwealth dead, each one represented by a poppy.
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    I too am a veteran. I was just kidding..

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    My Google isn't broke and I was just messing with you guys....geez. they told me I wasn't allowed to ask for Value so I figured I'd have a little bit of fun LOL[​IMG]

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    I'm not offended, it's actually sad that you think such things are for 'kidding' which quite honestly I don't think you were.
    Oh and my other half looked at those bayonets, said they are ten a penny.
     
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    You were just kidding about which war you were asking about? The thank you jesus reply makes me feel like you were just saving face,,,
    Either way, I personally don't know the price of any of them. If you find out from a pawn shop near you though, and post a reasonable price on here, some people (including me) may be willing to barter with you. I seriously hope you know ww2 was NOT before 1912 though...
     
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    Without using Google can you tell me where Captain James Cook died?
    Lol

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    World War I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



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    One tenth of a penny...SOLD

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