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    Hey guys, new to the website. My father recently passed away, and i found this bayonet among his stuff. Have not been able to identify it. Can anyone help me with this? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    Kind of looks like it was ground down and the sheath was hand made? Neat to have.

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    It is a British Lee-Metford bayonet dating from 1888. It has indeed been cut down and a new scabbard made, for it's new use as a fighting knife.

    Cheers, Ade.

    PS: welcome to the forum!

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    Such a weak re-issuing of bayos Ive recognized in Afghanistan...

    Actually, this model of british bayos is quite common for that country

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    It is a Pattern 1888 Mk I Second Type.

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