SMGM-3595 Canadian No. 4 MK II bayonet


1 in stock


Small Arms Limited, Long Branch, Ontario opened its production facilities in October
1940, becoming the largest maker of the Lee-Enfield rifle in the British Empire.
‘Fore Sight’ was the in-house newspaper. The plant was primarily engaged in
producing No.4 Lee-Enfield rifles, and the No.4 ‘spike’ bayonet, employing over 5,000
workers.  Small Arms Ltd., and bear the Long Branch logo stamped into the
side of the socket, a ‘B’ nested inside an ’L’.
Canadian government ownership mark (an arrow enclosed by a ‘C’)

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