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Bayonet Identification

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    Doesn't look to be in especially good condition for what is a fairly common bayo (as its rifle was widely exported)-perhaps $40?

    PS-My example-absolutely no markings/numbers whatsoever.
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    Last edited by lithgow; 04-08-2012 at 10:28 PM.

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    I have one exactly like that one with no markings or serial number. I looked everywhere trying to identify it. Thanks guys

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    Strange looking with those prongs.

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    Strange looking with those prongs.
    Yea It is, I have had mine since 1991. We had cleared some buildings during Desert shield/storm that some Iraquis were living in and I flipped over a foot locker and there it was in the bottom. I stuck it in the pocket of my flack jacket for the duration of the offensive and then returned to the states with it. It was in perfectly new condition when I found it. It now has a little rust bloom on the blade, but otherwise perfect condition.

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