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M4 Bayonet and M8A1 scabbard as made in Norway circa 1955. Marked with the crown over King's head mark of Konigsberg Arsenal on the blade, pommel and scabbard throat.
Wilde Tool used different dies for marking their M1905 bayonet production in 1942 and 1943. This photo illustrates the two die variations.
Details of one of the M1905 style bayonets as imported by IMA in the 2003 time period. Note the odd copy of the Ordnance Escutcheon which is a giveaway for this type. Markings of MDCO (illustrated), USMC, PAL, WT and OL have appeared.
M1 bayonet by Union Fork and Hoe that has been nickel or chrome plated. It is shown with a M7 scabbard in the white web scabbard cover used for dress parades.
Model 1905 bayonet by Springfield Armory dated 1912. It has been nickel plated, and is shown with a Model 1910 scabbard with a Marine style white cover.
Page from the July 1993 edition of AN-TSM 93 Land Combat Support System. This authorized the replacement of the older belt attachment system with the new one, accounting for many of the Phrobis M9s found with the newer system.
3 Nickel Plated Model 1905 Bayonets