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American Bayonet Dated 1919.

Article about: Guys, Not much out there today, but got this bayonet. Blade is very worn but I suppose not bad for its age. The markings are clearly visible. Cheers Jock

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    Default American Bayonet Dated 1919.

    Guys,

    Not much out there today, but got this bayonet. Blade is very worn but I suppose not bad for its age. The markings are clearly visible.

    Cheers

    Jock
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    Hi Jock, this one has been cut down to match WW2 M1 bayonet standards. Not unusual to find like this.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Ade,

    So, likely re-issued for second war and picked up or left then?

    Jock

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    Default Re: American Bayonet Dated 1919.

    Hi Jock, yes, that will most likely be the case.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: American Bayonet Dated 1919.

    I recently found this WWII era cut down

    it's marked RIA 1918

    the bayonet catch is missing on this one
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