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Join Date: Dec 2004
Originally Posted by thinreadline
Pic 1 ( middle horizontal bayonet ) showing the half cylindical part which fits under the barrel , the blade is a folding type as described above.
Pic 2 showing the hinge and locking device of an Indian bayonet
Pic 3 a permanently attached Indian bayonet .
Not to forget the SANGIN version, a bayonet provided with extensions that are lashed with rattan or rawhide to the barrel.