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    What's different about them? The one on the left is pretty obvious but the next two and last two look the same other than the color of the blades. Looking at mine, it looks like a solid blade encased in the rubber.

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    The one on the left is a standard OKC-3S that had a portion of the scabbard fastened to the blade.The two tan bladed models were the first purposely manufactured training bayonets. If you look closely you will see that one has an OKC-3S style crossguard and the other has an M9 style crossguard. The blue bladed bayonets followed the tan. The first blue ones had a turquoise colored blade while the second and final model had a light blue colored blade.

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    Thanks. I thought I spotted the color difference between the blue ones but wasn't sure if that was a specific difference or not. I do see the difference in the yellow ones now that you pointed it out. I don't think I 'm going after all five. Now regretting getting the one. Not really. Maybe if I spot them, I'll go for the other four. Now to figure out if I have the blue one or the turquise one.


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