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    What is interesting about the S-African No9 is that at Warminster we had an UZI with the barrel machined to accept a No9 bayonet. Never seen -or heard of one - since. But clearly, it was a factory job and not a saw-and-file job. I just assumed that it was South African because I had seen SA No9 bayonets and realised that SA used the Uzi It also seemed like an obvious choice for SA too, being prolific users of No4 type bayonets too

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    My Poole No 9, has a brass throated scabbard these have crept up in price now.
    Poole made 200,000 No.9's so not overly rare but still the type is not often seen in any great numbers.
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    Apparently I have a twin to bears original post. I've had this forever can't remember exactly how long. Picked it up where I purchased most of my web gear. I grabbed it for little more than pocket change not long after picking up my Maltby. I figured it was a good match not realizing it was 13 years newer. Seems to be in unissued condition. It looks like the mouth of the scabbard is made of copper and the scabbard is definitely directional. It's been on display with my other bayonets since.
    Just noticed with the photo from underneath that there's still some cosmolene in it.

    Edit: I'm on the other side of the US from him and yet we've found the exact same thing in virtually the same condition decades apart, strange.
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