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These both fit on the muzzle of a 00/11 but only one will go on the lug completely.

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why does one not have a serial # and the length of the fullers is different
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one is almost 3/16" longer
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The tips are made different, sorry for the poor quality of these pics. first one has what appears to be a slight false edge on the top the second is square on top
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there are different markings in the lug area

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here are them on the lug, one goes on and one almost goes on. the only thing I did not do was remove the lug from the gun and then try the bayonet on it.
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Is one of them only fullered on one side?

I am not an expert on these, in any way.
But I do recall there being 2 different models of "pioneer bayonets" for different rifles.
 

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I regularly find bayonets that don't fit because the muzzle ring is out of round. measure the ring (preferably with calipers) top to bottom, then side to side and see if the numbers match. To fix it you need a tapered metal rod.
 
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