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British SA-80 Bayonet with Parade White Leather Sheath

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$74.95

This genuine British Military surplus is forged from a single piece of steel with military black finish tubular handle with a matte finish Bowie style blade. In near mint condition, these are new, unissued military surplus and include the parade white leather sheath.
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OVERVIEW

We are proud to bring you an exclusive purchase of genuine military surplus direct from England - from the splendor and pageantry of Queen Elizabeth II’s Royal Parades.

The SA80 bayonet, known in military circles as the L3A1, is always visible in Royal Ceremonies from the Changing of the Guard to The Trooping of the Colour. This bayonet is forged from a single piece of steel with military black finish tubular handle with a matte finish Bowie style blade. In near mint condition, these are new, unissued military surplus and include the parade white leather sheath.

Also available British SA-80 Bayonet without sheath.

Key Measurements:

  • Overall: 11"
  • Blade: 7"

SPECIFICATIONS

Attribute nameAttribute value
Overall Length11"
Blade Length7"
MaterialSteel
Scabbard11"

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Genuine Military Surplus in Perfect Condition
British SA80 L3A1 Bayonet and white leather parade Scabbard. This offering is genuine mil surplus.  Perfect condition.
- Jeffrey, February 02, 2020 | Verified Purchase
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The British SA-80 Bayonet with Parade White Leather Sheath was exactly as presented in ACC's catalogue.  I was absolutely satisfied with this purchase and the price was a real bargain!
- Clayton, August 30, 2017 | Verified Purchase
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Excellent item. As advertised. Fast shipping.
- Kenneth, January 09, 2017 | Verified Purchase
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Fantastic product exactly as described.
- Richard, September 27, 2016 | Verified Purchase
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Really nice surplus bayonet,though the sheath can't catch the blade ,the bayonet will fall to the ground if the sheath is turned up side down.
- Easy, November 21, 2014
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