RUSSIAN AKM TYPE 1 BAYONET / KNIFE WITH SHEATH

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Item Code: 883-363

The AKM rifle was introduced in 1959. Among other things, the updated AK47 variant included a bayonet lug. Much easier and cheaper to manufacture than the AK47, production and use of the AKM went worldwide. The inclusion of a bayonet lug allowed for a more conventional bayonet. However, the new bayonet design, what we refer to as the AKM Type I, was far from conventional. It was as groundbreaking as the Kalashnikov itself. It incorporated a number of features, making for an incredibly versatile bayonet. The one-piece molded plastic grip & pommel; and stainless steel blade made the bayonet impervious to rust and rot. The unfullered clip-point blade had sawteeth along the spine. The steel scabbard body had a lug at the point that engaged a window cut into the blade, so that bayonet and scabbard could be combined as a wirecutter. The scabbard body had a rubber insulator, making it safe to cut electrified wire. The belt hanger was a clip-on affair that was cheap and easy to replace. A retention strap was also included, for extra grip when using as a combat knife. A truly revolutionary design that continues to influence bayonet design to the present day. The AKM Type I bayonet was produced by East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Russia.

Entire length measures 11”, blade measures 5 ¾”. Blade is bright with no chips. This is a very strong and sturdy knife.

Sheath measures 8 ¼” long. Great condition with no cracks in the rubber grip.  [sm]

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