Displaying an AK Bayonet Collection?

For the Identification of Unknown AK Bayonets and Related Discussion such as Displaying, Use, etc
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RPBCPS
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Re: Displaying an AK Bayonet Collection?

Post by RPBCPS » Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:11 pm

Bruno,
Nice collection, congratulations. :clap:
Richard

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steelmonkey
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Re: Displaying an AK Bayonet Collection?

Post by steelmonkey » Tue Feb 25, 2020 2:40 am

I'm gonna have to do something with mine. I'm never home, always working across the country. All of mine are in a big box in storage except for the occasional one or two that I find along the way at local gun shows or gun stores that I carry with me.

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nnicclaas
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Re: Displaying an AK Bayonet Collection?

Post by nnicclaas » Sun Mar 01, 2020 2:34 pm

I store my small collection of bayonets in polish ammo crates with handmade inserts, they stack great and every bayonet has enoungh space.
The only problem is with longer bayonets that they can be problematic with this kind of crate.

Misc/ polish box
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Misc/ polish box
Soviet/ russian box
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Soviet/ russian box
chinese box
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chinese box
Misc/ bulgarian box
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Misc/ bulgarian box
For presentation
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For presentation

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Dragur2791
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Re: Displaying an AK Bayonet Collection?

Post by Dragur2791 » Fri May 08, 2020 10:11 pm

My current presentation of my collection
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