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    Posted: September 20 2008 at 12:40pm
So what would be the right/correct bayonet for a 1942 Lithgow?
Seems to be a lot of info but not sure which would be found on a Lithgow?
Thanks folks.
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The long one...

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Any P-1907 would technically be correct. A Lithgow would be nice but the English and friends made no special attempt to match manufacturers when issuing small arms.
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Originally posted by DannyBMW DannyBMW wrote:

Any P-1907 would technically be correct. A Lithgow would be nice but the English and friends made no special attempt to match manufacturers when issuing small arms.
 
Hey Lost Kangaroo was right, it is the long oneBig%20smile.
Thanks DannyBMW. I am looking for a World War Two Lithgow or Orange manufactured bayonet and will wait until one of those show up. Just like the wood for my 1942 Lithgow. I am looking for Australian manufactured pieces. Just being overly nitpicky about this rifle. 
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I just picked up a 1917 Wilkerson that has "AUSTRALIA" marked grips and an OA marked scabbard. I put it on my Australian reworked 1927 Ishapore. It makes a nice set.
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ive a 42 lithgow , with 'new' slaz scales - i think you should find a decent lithgow WWII P1907 , it would be most correct - and ill trade ya mine for a decent 42 dated P07 from anyone elses plant as mine is paired to a 42 BSA dispersal that would be equally happy with any WWII vintage bayo
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