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British No. 7 Bayonet

Article about: I just acquired a british no. 7 bayonet and am wondering how to clean it without damaging the steel. I've heard steel wool is the last thing you should use on antique blades but thought i'd

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    Hi Casey,
    there should be some markings for the manufacture on the bayonet some where, on my one the markers Number is on the pommel, with the bayonet model type and broad arrow mark on the blade just below the cross guard, as to the blade again mine is bright steel almost up to the cross guard, and there is a distinctive line were the chemical blacking finishes, so if you wanted to remove the rust from the blade and polish it would not look incorrect.

    "Now, I've designed this like a collapsing bag ! "

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    Thanks a lot, as you said it is maker marked and i can clarly see broad arrow

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