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    Thought i would show a SA80 bayonet as not sure if one has been shown before i will mostly put one up for sale as i have a couple
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    Brings back memories

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    Very nice. I am after one of these. In my experience the wire cutter/ saw scabbard is hard to come by. Cheers.

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    I“m also lookin“ for one !

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    Worldwide Arms and Saracen Exports to name but two sell them in the scabbards. Beware of Soldier of Fortune though who are about £10 cheaper than the other sellers but their version is a civilian copy, and not authentic military issue.

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    The wire cutter attachment is for infantry use only, I haven't seen many in my service as
    we just have the bare scabbard.

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    Nice addition to your collection. So is the blade offset on these so that you can still fire the rifle with it attached?
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Yes indeed. Pretty much a modern day socket bayonet.

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    Quote by skypilot View Post
    Worldwide Arms and Saracen Exports to name but two sell them in the scabbards. Beware of Soldier of Fortune though who are about £10 cheaper than the other sellers but their version is a civilian copy, and not authentic military issue.
    Hi, is this frog an authentic, military issued, one ?

    Thx. in advance,
    R.

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    Here“s the L3A1 -bayonet, I bought together with the frog:


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