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    As to the recoiling barrel of the Johnson it only moves back about 3/8" and is very solid thereafter. The user would have to prod a little farther.
    In Canfield's book it is mentioned that MMJ saw a No4 bt on a promo trip to the UKicon and took the idea of the simple light "dagger bayonet" from that.
    A previous Johnson bt design was fixed to the fore end and supported by a dovetail at the muzzle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by green View Post
    A previous Johnson bt design was fixed to the fore end and supported by a dovetail at the muzzle.
    And reciprocate within that bayonet? That’s a clever idea. It’s the simple ideas that are the hardest to come up with!

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    Nope....... it's got to be DMan69, page 1. The No7 bayonet. Supposed to be a jack of all trades but was the master of none. Total expensive crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcathey View Post
    there's a gushing love letter mixed with a few conspiracy theories on the Johnson M1941 in t
    Read it, the result was that I then re-read Hatcher's Book of the Garandicon. Reinforced my opinion that the article was either a joke, or the author is terminally stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by us019255 View Post
    Read it, the result was that I then re-read Hatcher's Book of the Garandicon. Reinforced my opinion that the article was either a joke, or the author is terminally stupid.
    Hahaha! Glad someone felt the same way I did.
    As I was reading it I kept thinking, “what’s going on here???”


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