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Bayonet M7 - Vietnam Era - 92nd Field Artillery Regiment

Article about: Hello, I would like to introduce you to this clearly worn bayonet, M7 of the US Army. It is an early production by the manufacturer Conetta, which delivered between 1966-1968. The Scabbard i

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    Hello,

    I would like to introduce you to this clearly worn bayonet, M7 of the US Army.

    It is an early production by the manufacturer Conetta, which delivered between 1966-1968.

    The Scabbard is marked from the mouthpiece VPCo and comes from the 1953 contract. The whole scabbard was painted over in olive. A typical overhaul or field camouflage.

    The blade was given the troop identification "C 1/92 FA" = C Battery, 1st Battalion, 92nd Field Artillery Regiment with an electric pen.
    The battalion fought in the Vietnam War from 1967 to 1971.

    The additional numbers 90 and 08 or 80 and 06 (?) Can be found on the handle.

    Here is another interesting site

    History Pages - 1/92nd FA Vietnam - Brave Cannons


    Regards
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    It's really great to find it marked to a regiment like that! Thanks for sharing.

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    Interesting bayonet. I've never seen an M7 with a blade marked like that or with the pommel peened like that.

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    This Peen is the typical "Fingerprint" of Conetta and after 1968 of BranDan.

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