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    Nice looking group...
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    I'm not the brightest light in the mechanical engineering box but I'd like to know how the 'pole' bayonet fitted/clamped onto the, er....., pole! Or am I missing something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Laidlericon View Post
    how the 'pole' bayonet fitted/clamped onto
    I think it was just tied to a bamboo pole, like a pike idea.
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    That's what I would like to know also. I have found some examples that indicate various ways but nothing definitive. One is showing a proper bayonet lashed to a pole which has some sort of metal round pin which is on the end of the pole and then through the hole with the handle lashed to the pole. Looks almost like a No III nose cap. Bamboo is mentioned in another discussion but bamboo is hollow so can't be carved to fit inside the hole. Would also require some sort of metal cap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    Would also require some sort of metal cap.
    Only if you look at it as a reusable item. If you just create a "Spear" then you don't need anything else but lashing...remember it was to be a desperate last stand idea. I too have examined it and found regular bayonets lashed to poles...

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