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 Post subject: Re: Show your daggers!
PostPosted: Mon Sep 29, 2014 7:40 pm 
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Don't have any photos yet, but I picked up a new dagger recently, and I have some questions about it.

I found a Spanish guy selling what he said was an the Eickhorn KCB 77 M1 Bayonet that is issued to the Norwegian Armed Forces (see picture: Eickhorn Bayonet)
When the knife arrived, it didn't have the little squirrel logo that Eickhorn are known for, but instead I found "AÏTOR", barely visible, stamped into the blade where the squirrel should have been.

After some googling, I'm fairly certain that this is the model "AITOR BAYONET 16068", which appears to be discontinued.
Aitor, according to Wikipedia is a Spanish blade manufacturer, but the little information I was able to dig up about this bayonet in particular was in Spanish, so I understood exactly fuck-all.

Can anyone shed some light on this blade and it's relationship to the Eickhorn blade I was told it was? Is it a knockoff, or perhaps produced on license since the Spanish are rocking the G36?
Any idea if there are notable differences in quality?

If they're virtually the same, sans the logo I'm not really bothered, but since I didn't get what I though I would, I'd at least like to know what the bleeding hell it is.
Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 29, 2014 8:13 pm 
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What do you need translated?, I've to say that i don't have first hand experience with the bayonet made for the g36 by Aitor but i can tell you that i'm fairly certain that the Eickhorn bayonet and the Aitor are NOT the same.
Aitor has lots of serious fans in Spain (i love my Aitors, but they're old), and their production is totally in Spain, but also i've seen some coments complaining about their recent products specially after being bought by another company (i've seen them in spanish hunting forums from 2007, that is probably where you can find most information about Aitor knives. Also in some spanish military forums; if you need translation send me a link :D ).

Santa Bárbarba (another spanish company, now part of General Dynamics Ground Systems) at some point made a bayonet for the g36 that (for what i've heard) was good, any chance yours might be one?.

I also know that the first units of g36 bought to germany came with their bayonet, and that one, was a real Eickhorn bayonet.

I f you can post some pictures


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 Post subject: Re: Show your daggers!
PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:15 pm 
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If we are to belive AitorUSA ( http://aitorusa.com/product/aitor-bayoneta-black/ )
they make/made bayonets for both the spanish and norwegian armys G36.
But I have found no connection to Eickhorn or the norwegian armys currently issued bayonet for the HK416N.


http://i726.photobucket.com/albums/ww26 ... et2000.jpg
Variations of the Eickhorn KCB 77 M1

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Digging around the internet I have found evidence leading me to the conclution there are more then one manufacturer of HK416N bayos.

Aitor are however contracted by FLO to deliver them at this time.
Might be the Eickhorn blades stem from an early batch.


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 Post subject: Re: Show your daggers!
PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:34 pm 
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My bayo blade is marked Aitor, and I think all I've seen are also marked Aitor.

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 Post subject: Re: Show your daggers!
PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2014 9:01 pm 
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To add more "mistery" to it, yesterday i found this pictures and i have no idea who the maker is, i don't recognize the brand stamped on the blade, someone can?

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Besides, this model, has the screw in the handle that Aitor eliminated on their version. My apologies if i'm derailing too much the topic.

EDIT Answer found: i've found in a russian forum a guy who says that this branding belongs to "Anette Eickhorn Solingen GMBH", company founded after "Karl Eickhorn Waffenfabrik AG" was declared bankrupt in 1976.
By the way, thanks to Ox-Recce his link to the variants of the bayonet helped me to find the answer


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 Post subject: Re: Show your daggers!
PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2014 10:18 pm 
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Well, I'll admit it's been a few years since I was told they were Eickhorn bayonets, so my info may fully well be outdated.

Managed to snag some photos last night:

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Is that last photo the screw you were talking about, flikflak?

Does this blade look like the ones you were issued, essal and OX_recce?

It's pretty beat up, with a dulling edge, and some surface rust at the front... Going to need quite a bit of love to get it into shape again, if I can be arsed.

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 Post subject: Re: Show your daggers!
PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2014 11:51 pm 
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I believe it's the Eickhorn KCB-77 M1 we have in Ireland and they are unstamped.
Really brittle blade as well. Does not give me any confidence in it's capabilities.


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