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Relic M1 Bayonet

Article about: I recently picked up a relic M1 bayonet for a great price at the flea market last week. It's made by Utica Cutlery and has no date(not sure if that means it's post war or not), but it has th

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    I recently picked up a relic M1 bayonet for a great price at the flea market last week. It's made by Utica Cutlery and has no date(not sure if that means it's post war or not), but it has the UC and US marks and the flaming bomb. None of the parts are moving but there is rattling in the body so I'm guessing that the lever is broken.
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    Hi Matt as far as i know its WW2. UTICA CUTLERY only made postwar M5/M5A1 bayonet M1 GARAND for the korean war,They made the 1905 "16" version then the shortened "16"down to "10" Inch as well as the new "10"version,hope this isn't to muddled,regards minnie.

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    Thanks for the info minnie.

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