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Hi All.

Get on over to You Tube and check ot JGS's latest vid. He rips off a very respectable 10 rd rapid fire with a 1915 Lithgow and then..................he goes bananas and puts in a bayonet charge down the paddock at an unsuspecting foe!!

He just goes completely off tap. Well worth a look. Search for "Enfield Bayonet".

Cheers.
 

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Bloody hell,
Don't think I would like to do that with bayonet worth over a grand.
 

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JEEZUS CHRIST!
Matty has finally lost the plot , Is this the final throes of Enfieldilitis in which all and sundry gets bayoneted ?

Best Laugh I've had all week Thanks Matt!

Gav....
 

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Aww now, "IN OUT ON GUARD" is alright when in training but when your operational and you've got your arse in the grass like Matt had and you're confronted by a dangerous yellow chemical drum I reckon anything goes! Anyway, job's right............he killed it!
 

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I would love to show Wagga some proper.bayonet drill with my Martini-Henry and the "lunger" on the end of it..

Oh by the way Dr. Beer. we DID find those weapons of mass destruction. ie; a large dump of empty artillery shells and next to it another large dump of 55 gallon drums filled with "pesticide" (unless you think flies are attracted to ammunition dumps.)
The search wasn't helped by Hans Blix, (considered a dim bulb by his own people) who couldn't find any nasty stuff because the inspectors were held at the front gate while trucks were heading out the back gate for the Syrian border. One might add that if you wanted to hide something by buriying it in the outback, or in the Iraqi desert, it would be a wee bit difficult to find it.
 
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