Designed for the Dragunov rifle, these bayonets have a very utilitarian function. They serve as a knife, saw, and wire-cutter (barbed or electrical).

Overall length - out of scabbard - is ~11";

Overall length - in scabbard - is ~13-1/8";

Hilt is ~5-1/4" in length, ~2-1/2" at metal cross-guard. Black plastic grip with rounded pommel; bayonet-to-bar latching button on left side of pommel, button is knurled; utilizes a "lanyard" strap.

Straight, ~5-7/8" steel blade, ~1-3/16" deep and ~1/8" thick at ricasso, Bowie-type clip-point with false-edge; ~2-1/2 serrated rib; oval slot in blade for attaching to lug on scabbard - when attached function as a scissors-like wire cutter.

Black, metal scabbard, ~8" in length; rubber throat for insulation when attempting to cut "live" electrical wires; oval lug on scabbard body for attaching to oval on bayonet blade - when attached function as a scissors-like wire cutter. There is a "U" in a circle on the scabbard "drag." Accessories include retaining strap, belt loop, and scabbard clip.

If you need further information, please request such on the Weapons Identification Service page.
Return to the Bayonet Identification Page
©1998-2008 - C. Alan Russell - All rights reserved.