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You know this bayonet-frog ? ;)

Article about: The bayo is an AK74 (M 1989/6X5). In Lithuania also the soviet M 1959/2 is in use. I´ve seen frogs only on romanian scabbard´s before ...

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    Default You know this bayonet-frog ? ;)

    Any ideas ´bout this bayonet- frog ?
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    Default Re: You know this bayonet-frog ? ;)

    the belt attachment clips look like the us alison system so i would start there

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    Quote by lee edwards View Post
    the belt attachment clips look like the us alison system so i would start there
    nope !

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    It looks like the bayonet is a variation on the AK bayonet, but the belt clips are, at least copies of, the U.S. style. The hook looks like a modified hanger hook from U.S. web suspenders.

    I am thinking it is a home made, or an item fabricated by a smaller nation, that has access to both U.S., and Warsaw Pact gear, like perhaps Israel.

    Boridin

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    go ahead ...
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    Default Re: You know this bayonet-frog ? ;)

    Starts with an "L" !.......................




    Regards,




    Steve.

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    Default Re: You know this bayonet-frog ? ;)

    Please, enlighten us...
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    Fellow collectors are NOT adversaries to be bested...

    ☭ "Ричик, я не понимаю, почему, почему ты тратишь деньги на эти вещи!" ☭

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    jh92
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    Default Re: You know this bayonet-frog ? ;)

    Well I hate to be a party pooper, Lithuania! Only know because I am half lithuanian.

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    Default Re: You know this bayonet-frog ? ;)

    TA - DA ! ! !

    It is an unusual scabbard - and bayonet. Any date markings on them ?

    Nice little grouping Reibert !






    Regards,



    Steve.

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    Default Re: You know this bayonet-frog ? ;)

    Clearly has a U.S. influence though!

    Boridin

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