Montana40 Posted July 7, 2015 Share #1 Posted July 7, 2015 Recently picked up this bayonet which appears to have been altered. It has a great scabbard what mostly likely appears to be from a Seabees unit or Sailor. Blade is excellent, 10", has all the typical M1 American Fork and hoe markings. The bayonet catch has been removed but do not understand the configuration of the guard which has slots on both sides and no barrel loop. Is that a standard guard from another similar bayonet or might it have been altered to make it more adaptable to a personal fighting knife? If the guard was altered it was an excellent job as it appears to be manufactured. Anyone have any ideas? thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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