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Bayonet Collectors of the World, to join us this is what you need: You must be a novice/serious Bayonet Collector or have an interest in things that are Edged
sirrichardphotos
Mar 26
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Re: Kukri Bayont

The official Kukri bayonets were for ceremonial use only and not for combat, so it really makes no difference what method you are talking about, these are
old_smithy_uk
Sep 14, 2016
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Re: Kukri Bayont

No just your normal everyday bayonet fighting. What is a standard bayonet anyway? The Kukri bayonet is not new it dates back to socket bayonets as you probably
willy2792193
Sep 14, 2016
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Re: Kukri Bayont

My question was not so much whether it would be a problem to lunge, but rather whether it would require special techniques compared to a standard bayonet, and
Alex Baumans
Sep 14, 2016
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Kukri Bayont

Alex, The point of the Kukri bayonet is 3 1/4” below the centre of the bore of the rifle a WWII short Indian bayonet is 1 ½”. So the Kukri is only 1 5/8
robertwwilson@nsw.chariot.net.au
Sep 12, 2016
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Re: Kukri Bayonet

That would make sense Just two things I was wondering about. Normal bayonets have their point more or less in line with the barrel, which makes stabbing
Alex Baumans
Sep 12, 2016
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12187

Kukri Bayonet

Hi Alex, You use it by the rules of bayonet fighting which is basically, left parry, right parry, in out, on guard. In other words knock your enemy’s weapon
robertwwilson@nsw.chariot.net.au
Sep 11, 2016
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Re: Kukri bayonet

How are you supposed to use this thing when mounted on a rifle? On Sunday, 11 September 2016, 13:58, "37vucqj3xmiefa4hzwte3bccki3wy5tkjwb5rjry@...
Alex Baumans
Sep 11, 2016
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Kukri bayonet

Hello Fellow Collectors, It’s quite a while since I’ve been on the Forum and I hope you are all doing well. Yesterday I attended a Gun show in Toowoomba
robertwwilson@nsw.chariot.net.au
Sep 11, 2016
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100 Years Ago My Great Uncle Private William Broughton KIA Sept. 6th

100 Years Ago My Great Uncle Private William Broughton KIA Sept. 6th 1916:
bayohunter
Sep 10, 2016
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unkown bayonet

Can anyone help me identify the bayonet I've posted in the folder "Steve's unknown bayonet"? I found it in a militaria shop in Petaluma, CA many years ago. Any
jiffyheart
May 30, 2016
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AUSTRIAN M1842 SWORD SOCKET BAYONET

AUSTRIAN M1842 SWORD SOCKET BAYONET “Augustin Kammerbuchse Bayonet” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocNbuC7tm0U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocNbuC7tm0U
bayohunter
Mar 29, 2016
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Re: MH sword bayonet

Fits the MH .303 carbine, this one (rifle) marked Kartoum [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Don Staples
Jan 11, 2016
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The Elcho Sword Bayonet

The Elcho Sword Bayonet was not widely issued for use with the M-H, but I have included it here because I find it an intriguing bayonet. In 1870, Lord Elcho
bayohunter
Jan 10, 2016
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US M-1917 BAYONET!

US M-1917 BAYONET! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcIlcNi_PfQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcIlcNi_PfQ History of the M-1917 Bayonet The M-1917 bayonet was
bayohunter
Jan 1, 2016
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