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    Default Martini Henry

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    This is my Mk3 Martini Henry bayonet (alas no scabbard!)....the blade is stained in parts...but its just surface marks...underneath the blade is crisp and fresh without any rusting or pitting at all,and considering the age of it the leather grips are in good condition

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    Very nice. I've always liked the MH series bayonets...

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    They are fairly substantial blades and would be a good hand held blade instead of being gun mounted

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    Nice.

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    That's nice. I only have a socket bayonet for my martini, couldn't bring myself to pay for a blade.
    Turning relics into near-relics since 2005.

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