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    Unmarked M1905 Bayonet - WW2 Production

    I recently picked up what appears to be an unmarked / unissued WW2 production M1905. There are no markings on the ricasso, crossbar, or hilt. It has rounded fullers and a blunt point. The finish, weight, quality, etc., matches other WW2 M1905s I own / have handled. I will have to compare it side-by-side to others to see if I can zero in on which of the six companies (AFH, UC, UFH, WT, OL, PAL) made this one. The grips are AB (Auburn Button Works) deep red/brown with black flecks. The (bayonet) catch is UC. However, the (scabbard) catch and grip screw appear to be replacements and show much more use than the rest of the unit. Maybe made for a display board, employee gift, who knows.




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