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AK-47 East German Bayonet Complete Includes Sheath and Frog Used

 
Military
AKS300
AKS-300
AKS-300
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Original East German military 10.5" bayonet with bakelite handle that attaches to AK rifles. Includes wire cutter sheath with belt loop and leather frog. Good used condition and may show some storage dust, bayonet blade is coated with lubricants to protect the blade. 
Total number of Reviews: 14

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4.0 5
"This is actually(judgeing on my bayonet book) ether a yogo or a russian gen 2 bayonet, but that doesn't matter because this is the lowest price for a ak bayonet I have seen. It has some surface ware and the rubber insulater has expanded so it is very hard to get the frog around the sheath, the whole thing is one of those \"dirty\" gems that takes alittle while to clean up but is great. The knife is great alittle scratched up but you can easyally put a razor eage on it. Bottom line if you have an ak= buy 10, if you don't= buy 10 because these are great for every day use."
5.0 5
"These are the same ones we found by the dozens in Iraq but couldnt take home."
4.0 5
"Some of these blades have a leather strap and some do not."
3.0 5
"I bought this ak knife to mount to my Rumanian AK, no way. It wobbled and fell off, it is not for a Rumanian Ak."
3.0 5
"I doesn't fit on my pre-ban Norinco.Nice knife though."
4.0 5
"A little mold on the leather. No rust. Blade needs sharpening. These will fit a Yugo M70."
4.0 5
"Actually your all wrong its a Romanian bayonet that comes standard with all part kits. If it wobbled and fell off you have it on wrong, try checking to make sure you have the cleaning rod is put properly in place and it normally takes a little force to push on while pressing the lock button. Other than that the knife is a great buy mines held together pretty well over the past few months."
5.0 5
"This is a Romanian ak47 bayonet! It does not wobble if you put it on the correct way. Push the button on the handle and slip it on over the cleaning rod."
5.0 5
"I purchased one of these and it was in such great condition I ordered a second one to stock. Each one had a different style of sheath/frog but they were in great condition. The ones I got looked like they had never been touched, used, looked at, etc... Fit perfectly on my AK Yugo M70"
3.0 5
"I bought one for my Romanian AK and cannot seem to get it to stay on. If you shake it, or move it or even look at it wrong, it falls off. It is a nice knife and works well to just leave it on for display, but otherwise it is useless."
5.0 5
"I purchased this as a backup to my US bayonet as a tool in soil evaluation work in trenches. It's exceeded my expectations; the blade sharpens pretty easily, and hones very sharply, unlike other bayonets that aren't known for their blade sharpness. It isn't pretty, but I had the suspicion that it's unspectacular looks belied its utility. I'm inclined to think that it could serve as an excellent commando knife. An unbeatable value."
4.0 5
"This bayonet is not East German, It is Romanian. It's a decent bayonet in good condition. Some Romanian imported rifles, such as the SAR, have had their bayonet lug rails ground so that no bayonet will properly stay mounted. This was because of the now expired assault weapons ban. Current WASR rifles have bayonet lugs removed entirely. These bayonets do not make very good utility knives as they are very difficult to sharpen and do not hold a good edge. They do make decent bayonets and are adequate for minor digging such as in gardening.For bayonet collectors, these bayonets make a nice representative example as they have original markings and serial numbers, all parts including the leather mounting frog, and are in good condition."
5.0 5
"The bayonets may be produced in Romania for E. Germany and they do fit an AK with a bayonet lug. The \"bayonet lug\" is the problem--most of the bayonet lugs are lacking the rail to engage the bottom recess in the bayonet. From the muzzle end the bayonet lug should look like an upside down T, and most that I have seen look like squares with no bottom side extensions: They are for decoration on the guns and are nonfunctional to support a bayonet. Look at where the bayonet where attaches to the lug--it looks like an upside down T--the lug on the rifle should look the same. If it doesn't, the bayonet will fall off every time. The bayonet is an excellent product and will fit the proper lug."
5.0 5
"I got this for my birthday, and was very pleased with the initial impression that I got. It wasn't till the next day that I reallt realized how nice a knife this was. I went out side to see how well it could cut fence wire, and the cutter couldn't have done a better job. It cut clean through without giving me any grief. Also, since it was a little dull I took a stone to the blade, and in a couple of minutes had a fair edge, although its very obvious that this knife will need some serious time to get it razor sharp. The leather frog, well it looks used, it has the appearance of leather that has spent many hours outside, whish isn't a bad thing. Really the only complaint I have with the knife is that there is a little rust on the handgaurd, which came off in about 2 minutes with steel wool."