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    [QUOTE=mariobab;5468973]From left to right.Chinese wannabe bayonet , M-48 bayonet and AK-47,both from former Yugoslavia.

    Yeah, the first one on the right was a military issue in former Yugoslavia. FYI, I served JNA in Karlo Rojc, Pula, but in October 1990 I was discharged after only three months and went off to live in Singapore, after "friendly" advice from my superior who told us it wasn't safe for a uniform to go out to town. I felt like an invader.
    Hope you stayed in the clear too.

    Here's another bayonet enthusiast:

    http://www.freewebs.com/login-bayonets


    Pozz

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    Granted, I don't speak Russian, but isn't a dead giveaway on that reproduction the fact that the AK/CCCP stamp is in Roman lettering instead of Cyrillic? I've only watched the Soviets compete, and I can't think of an Eastern Bloc event I've seen that had CCCP on a jersey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatish View Post

    I served JNA in Karlo Rojc, Pula, but in October 1990
    So we served at same place ,but in different time,my was in 1984,discarged after 6,for being "anarcho-liberal"and"bourgeois pacifist",whatever that ment,so in 90´ I wasn't in army register.
    Last edited by mariobab; 04-01-2008 at 06:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sword and Shield View Post
    Granted, I don't speak Russian, but isn't a dead giveaway on that reproduction the fact that the AK/CCCP stamp is in Roman lettering instead of Cyrillic? I've only watched the Soviets compete, and I can't think of an Eastern Bloc event I've seen that had CCCP on a jersey.
    CCCP is in Cyrillic. It means USSR.

    Serbian Cyrillic:
    Савез Совјетских Социјалистичких Pепублика

    Russian Cyrillic:
    Сою́з Сове́тских Социалисти́ческих Респу́блик
    Last edited by fatish; 04-03-2008 at 03:07 AM.

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    As an officer of russian army, I have seen the real AK-47 and it's bayonet

    So, I can confirm, that on the mariobab's pic the right bayonet seems to be original.
    Through the years there were few little different designs.

    Usially non-practical knife

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rozen View Post
    As an officer of russian army, I have seen the real AK-47 and it's bayonet

    So, I can confirm, that on the mariobab's pic the right bayonet seems to be original.
    Through the years there were few little different designs.

    Usially non-practical knife
    Nice said,as knife,worths nothing.Can cut wire though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatish View Post
    Yesterday my friend gave me an original Soviet bayonet for AK47 rifle. It's a fine piece of work, with a polished, heavy blade about 5mm thick, but I can't find out what kind of steel was used for production of these knives. To my untrained eye it certainly doesn't look like 420 stainless. It's at least 25 years old. All that says on the blade is CCCP (USSR) AK47.
    If anybody has any info on the subject, you're welcome to post it.

    PS: I wanted to upload the pic, but in order to insert the picture, I need a URL address, and the pic is on my desktop. What do I do?

    No Russian AK bayonets have CCCP (latin SSSR) marks. These bayonets with CCCP marks are cheap Chinese blades that can't be attached to AK rifle and were never used as AK bayonets.
    Two factories made bayonets in Russia, Izhevsk and Tula. Russian bayonets have marks: triangle with arrow (Izhevsk) or five point star (Tula), not SSSR or anything like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snake Dr. View Post
    Hey Fatish, Here's a few picture's of my Yugoslavian Underfolder, I think the Bayonet Is Romanian, This Is one of my Favorite AK 47's ! I got the Bayonet for 10.00 my Dealer give me a Deal on It,






    Bayonet is Hungarian, not Romanian.
    BTW, nice bayonet…


    Hungarian


    Romanian

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    I recently bought two of th "chinese" wannabee bayonets, they are non the less fairly impressive knives, if nothing else, how have you found them to function as knives.

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