"Fix bayonets!" This classic Spanish CETME Bayonet was destined for close-quarters action to skewer the enemy. This genuine Real McCoy was used with the 5.56 mm NATO caliber CETME Model L assault rifle, a variant of the HK33. The CETME Model L superseded the 7.62 mm NATO caliber CETME Model C rifle beginning in 1986. In 1999 the CETME Model L was retired.
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The CETME Model L Bayonet blade is patterned after the U.S. M4 bayonet, but is 2.25" (57 mm / 9") longer than the more common H & K G3 bayonet. It has an 11–groove green molded grip. There's a broad plain crosspiece secured by 2 domed rivets, similar to the Rheinmetall G3 bayonet. The blade, guard and pommel are painted black. The scabbard is closely patterned after the M1964 model sheath.
The Spanish CETME Model L Bayonet was produced by the state-owned Santa Bárbara Sistemas factory, under strict military specifications.
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