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Has anyone seen a #4 bayonet like this?

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    Default Has anyone seen a #4 bayonet like this?

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    Never have heard or seen. Pretty cool if correct.

    John

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    According to Graham Priest's book 'Spirit of the Pike, British Socket Bayonets of the Twentieth Century' (the bible on bayonets for the No4 rifle) it was a Canadian design for Colour parties to prevent the bayonet catching on the colour and ripping it.

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