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    Where to find No5 bayonet latch?

    Anyone have any leads on parts suppliers for bayonet parts. I know where there is a No5 bayonet but unfortunately its missing the latch and spring etc. Thanks

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    I think it is the same as the 1907

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    Thanks for that. I'll look into it

    Just had a look at some photo's of them both on the net. Unfortunately the latches are different.
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    sorry was thinking of the press stud not the latch part whcih is completley different

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    NZicon Shoota, exactly what do you mean by the 'latch' We still have some spares for the No5

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    Hi Peter, Looking at the exploded parts diagram in Ian Skennertonicon's SAIS Book on the No.5 Rifle,

    The Parts that are missing are listed as

    Bolt # BB 5871
    Nut, bolt # BB5872
    Spring, bolt # BB5873

    Basically its the spring loaded "button assembly" that goes through the pommel and is pressed in order to mount and dismount the bayonet. Not the correct terminology but I hope you get the gist of what I'm after.
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    Got that. I think that there might be one or two on a dark and dusty shelf. PM me with your address

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