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    Do you have hi-res photograph of one that they could use please?
    Why not go to the memeber that shows you what you want and PM him?

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    question

    i was hoping that you might know what type of steel the bayonets are made of because the steel is the best i have ever used

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    It really depends on what bayonet you need the steel spec of because by the very mechanics of blade length and torque each pattern will/might be different. In any case it would be a very simple matter to take a bayonet to a technical college locally and as whether ask a student task, with an acknowledgement afterwards, they could give you the exact steel spec

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    Holy thread resurrection batman!

    Could anyone put some information up on the different scabbards for the pattern 1907?? I.e, teardrop v's round.

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