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    Enfield #4 Bayonet Scabbard Parts

    While I was attaching string tags to my Enfield bayonets a couple days ago I noticed that one of my No. 4 scabbards was missing the two screws that hold the throat to the body. Is there a source for these screws? Can someone direct me to an exploded view drawing of the scabbard?
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    https://www.forgottenweapons.com/wp-...ion%20List.pdf

    page 49 for the drawing

    search for this term to bring up Canadianicon PDF on the no4 mk1. Page 3-9 has the stock number for the screws
    NSN 1005-21-107-2101
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    Which No. 4 scabbard matters, but try Liberty Tree. They at least recognize there are bayonet scabbard parts.
    An NSN won't help for stuff that hasn't been issued for 40 or 50 years. The Chretien Gang destroyed all remaining No. 4 Rifles(and No. 7's) and parts thereof in the 90's.
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    Nothing like pulling a DPRICE....

    Anyhow with luck he may be able to use the NSN to figure out if a company like Fastenal would have a screw that might work...
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    They are "raised head countersunk" steel screws and one of the B.A. sizes will do the job. I will have to check which unless someone else can confirm, please.

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    Using the information from this forum and other related sites, specifically a No. 6 BA screw, as well as taking one of my scabbard screws with me, stopping at a number of local hardware stores here in the St. Louis area was fruitless.
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    Yes 6 BA, I've tried a tap in a mouthpiece and also checked the drawings in Graham Priest's book.



    6 ba countersunk screw | eBay
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