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danish "long bladed" assault rifle bayonet

Article about: I have carried this bayonet and the belt "prongs" are not the ones we used in the Danish army. The ones 37Webbing posted are. The bayonet is for the G3 or M75 Heckler & Koch 7.

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    Hi, mates !

    Day´s ago I received a "long bladed" danish bayonet, (to mount on an "G3-type" assault weapon).

    Blade lenght: 23 cm !

    Anyone know´s the proper designation of this particular bayonet ?

    The bayonet´s probably made by Eickhorn.

    HMAK means: Hærens Materiel Kommando

    Thx. in advance,

    R.

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    That one is referred to as the Danish Model 1967 and like you mentioned it goes on the G3. I have a G3 clone and the bayonet that goes with it but mine has the smaller blade. I would love to have one like that . Thanks for sharing that Pic.
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    The blade is Danish, but the frog is not.
    But a very nice bayonet !

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    Quote by 37Webbing View Post
    The blade is Danish, but the frog is not.
    But a very nice bayonet !
    What do you mean ?

    Bayonet and scabbard are danish, and the belt loop don´t ? ...

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    Quote by Reibert View Post
    What do you mean ?

    Bayonet and scabbard are danish, and the belt loop don´t ? ...
    No, the scabbard and belt loop are not Danish.
    It is the same "wood" finish scabbard as the Danish used, but the belt loop isn't.
    It is for a US style belt, and the Danish used a copy of the British patt. '37 webbing belt, in a OD green.
    See attached pictures.

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    The scabbard should have been stamped the same as the bayonet. --> HMAK

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    Know, what you mean:
    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/bayone...bayo-s-161542/

    But, Eickhorn manufactured blades and scabbards for scandinavian Army´s also.

    What do you think, the scabbard depends to ? ...

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    Norway used US style belts for a long time.
    They are the only Scandinavian country to use American LBE.

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    Which norwegian bayonet was made for use together with this German made scabbard ? ...

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    Norwegian AG-3 rifle?
    I am not sure about the origins of the scabbard.
    I only know it was not used in the Danish army.

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    And as a former officer in the Danish Army I agrre with 37Webbing

    The Danish bayonets were normally not sharp, as soldiers were not allowed to sharpen the bayonets and use them for anything.

    On the bottom of this page there is a scabbard alike - and it is referred to as a AG3 bayonet: Blankvåpen

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