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British No7 land service bayonet

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    Not a bad example. But lacking the brass insert to the scabbard throat.

    British No7 MkI Land Service Bayonet
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    I've always liked the look of these, mind you they don't look too practical. I believe these saw very limited "field" use, if that is the case its amazing how many of these are in really rough condition.

    Alex

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    Another example:
    No.7MK1/L WWII, or, post WWII ? ...

    Does anyone of you can show images of an No.7 bayonet, manufactured in WWII ?
    Im interested in the hallmarks.

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