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Old November 3, 2015, 04:59 PM   #4
DennisCA
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Join Date: June 3, 2012
Location: Union City CA (a.k.a. Poople's Republik of CA)
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WryBot is right - leave the bayonet on. The more you take it on and off the better chances of screwing something up or misplacing a part

(I heard a real P-I-T-A to take off)

I have a M44 and it DOES shoot better with the bayo extended (as good as a mosin can shoot).

If you wanted something without a bayo - get a M38
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