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Help identifying this bayonet

Article about: Not sure what this is, any help would be appreciated. Unmarked as far as I can tell. Thanks for looking. Cheers

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    Thanks for the research Phil, my only concern is there is no US Mark on the blade.
    Whatever it is it’s had a hard life, and might be a homemade alteration.

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    Quote by CBH View Post
    Thanks for the research Phil, my only concern is there is no US Mark on the blade.
    Whatever it is it’s had a hard life, and might be a homemade alteration.
    Yeah the "What Da" and "Could have Been" are high with this one. Maybe combat modified or Post war working tool

    The rivets on the handle look to be original and they have not been removed/reinstalled. So it was not "Put together" but just taken to the workshop and ground down.

    I tried to ZOOM in but can't tell..
    Has the blade been sharpened?
    Has the blade been chrome plated?

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    I think it was sharpened, I’ll get some more photos next time I see him.
    And one of the cross guard etc.
    Cheers

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    And is it chrome/Nickle plated?

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    Phil

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    From the fuller shape it looks like a low quality cheap piece, with removed hook, the grips looks origin there.

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