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Old November 13, 2015, 11:07 AM   #15
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Join Date: November 13, 2015
Location: Utah
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I have removed the bayonet on my m44 and on a Chinese 53, for cleaning all the cosmoline out. The screw is either staked or, if it has been rebuilt, may be fastened with lock-tite. Get a bladed screwdriver that fits snuggly into the groove, loosen the screw, and carefully remove the pin. There is a spring that will make it a bit tricky, but not really that hard.

For what it's worth, I think the bayonet is awesome and adds to the overall coolness and military and historical value of the rifle.

My M44 is one of my favorite rifles. My 15 yr old son laughs, because when we go out plinking in the woods, I will grab my M44 over half a dozen rifles that are 5 times more money.
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