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I searched the archives but most thread pictures are long gone and will ask to make it easier:

It came w a 1981 HK 91 a few days ago.





 

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That is super cool! Thanks for posting.

Important question is - What is the spirit of a bayonet?
When we found out in Basic, we were never the same from that day forward.
 

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That is super cool! Thanks for posting.

Important question is - What is the spirit of a bayonet?
When we found out in Basic, we were never the same from that day forward.
The willingness to meet the enemy in hand to hand combat and kill.
 

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The willingness to meet the enemy in hand to hand combat and kill.
Ah, that's a book answer..... :biggrin:

(Drill Sergeant yelling) "What is the spirit of the bayonet?"

(Trainee's) "To kill, Drill Sergeant, to kill!!"

(Drill Sergeant yelling) "What makes the green grass grow?"

(Trainee's) "Blood, blood, blood!!"

"What is the spirit of the bayonet?"

When we found out in Basic, we were never the same from that day forward.
True statement there.
 

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I'm actually impressed with the Eickhorn SG2000 series bayonets. They have the until recently rare Tanto style blade (shared also with the CZ 805 bayonet/multipurpose knife designed for the CZ 805 Bren and Bren 2 rifles), and they're pretty versatile, especially the SG 2000 WC F designed for the French Army. It's primarily a bayonet for the standard 416F and other 14.5/16.5/20 inch barreled 416s used by French Army spec ops and organizations like the GIGN, but it's also a wire cutter (WC stands for wire cutter) when used with the scabbard and it's pretty beefy, too. It's also designed to be used to pry wooden crates open and be used as a field utility knife.
 

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They have the until recently rare Tanto style blade (shared also with the CZ 805 bayonet/multipurpose knife designed for the CZ 805 Bren and Bren 2 rifles)
I will not lie, I am a big fan of tanto style blades, been carrying one for 30 years.......no other design with high tip thickness/strength of the design....gotta have the half serration feature though....oh don't get me wrong, there's prettier blades out there.....but it's a workhorse. And in the real world, that's all that counts, getting the job done.
 
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