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British Bayonets

Article about: I've just about got the Lee-Enfield covered, 2 more and I think it'll be done. From the top, Pattern 1888 MkI Enfield, ditto Wilkinson, Pattern 1903 Enfield Unit markings from the first 1888

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    Heres my British Bayo,i believe a Royal Welch Fusiliers issued,with plenty of stamps
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    Quote by aussie mick View Post
    Heres my British Bayo,i believe a Royal Welch Fusiliers issued,with plenty of stamps
    Yes indeed, it belonged to the 5th (Flintshire) Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, a territorial unit. They converted to Royal Artillery in 1938, becoming 60th Anti-Tank regiment, RA.

    Rob

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    Cool
    Thanks for that Rob.
    Mick

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    That's in great shape. I might have to start looking for more unit marked blades, adds more to the flavor of each

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    Another British Bayonet.

    Top: An Elcho for the Martini Henry.

    Bottom: It's fake, probably made in India.
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    They look like machetes. Serious steel there. Makes one think about how the bayonet charge meant something, and why the Brits were so well known for them. I have to start looking at the older ones I think

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    Some Martini Bayonets:

    1) Pat. 1860 Bushed
    2) Elcho
    3) Pat. 1875
    4) Pat. 1887 Mk.I
    5) Pat. 1887 Mk.III
    6) Pat. 1887 Mk.IV
    7) Pat. 1853 Bushed
    8) Pat. 1876
    9) Pat. 1895
    10) Pat. 1871
    11) Pat. 1879
    12) Pat. 1888
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    Wow, I never realized there were so many for the Martini rifles. I think I know what my next project is going to be lol Very impressive Terry, that's a lovely collection
    Best
    Paul

    47th MP Co/47th Inf Div 1983-1988
    583rd Ord Co 59th Ord Bde Muenster, W Germany
    1988-1990
    Looking for P37 ammo pouch with No4 bayo frog

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