British Enfield # 5 Jungle Carbine Bayonet & Scabbard

Item Number
8 reviews Write a Review

Our new manufacture #5 bayonet is well made and checked for fit on an original military Lug/Flash hider. Fits both the Enfield Jungle Carbine and the Sterling sub machine gun

8 Reviews

  • 2
    quality of manufacture

    Posted by Kevin P Peck on Dec 10th 2021

    There are machine marks in the fuller on both sides of the bayonet.

  • 1

    Posted by Stephen P Erwin on Jan 21st 2021

    Junk. Hilt bent away from gun so far it was impossible to mount on gun.

  • 1
    "Enfeild Bayonet"

    Posted by E Fredericks on Jan 11th 2021

    This is NOT made for an "Enfield" jungle carbine, but rather the RFI "jungle carbine", that only wants to be an Enfield JC. The locking mechanism is slightly different and if the seller had actually checked the fit before wasting everyone's time and money, they wouldn't be listing these as Enfield compatable.
    The quality of the item is ok, but fits loosely and wobbles in the scabbard.
    Overall, I'd recommend no one buys this for anything other than a bubba'fied pos Indian No7 jungle carbine in 7.62 Nato. I have one of those and it fits/locks perfectly onto it.
    Bottom line, Run away and don't look back

  • 2
    British #5 bayonet

    Posted by Kevin Peck on Sep 12th 2020

    fuller and scabbard has what looks to be machine and file marks on both sides. hand grips very poorly contured to metal. dents in wood. this is the 2nd one i have bought. this is absolutely the worst. ordering and shipping service was great

  • 1

    Posted by Kevin Steiner on Apr 15th 2020

    2nd worst repro bayonet I've ever seen

  • 4
    Enfield 5 bayonet

    Posted by Russ Kocka on Mar 15th 2020

    Overall a very well made reproduction. Fit and finish was a little loose but was easily fixed. Well worth the money considering an original would be 8 to 10 times as much.

  • 1
    poor quality

    Posted by Steve on Jan 16th 2020

    poor quality reproduction. Handle fits crooked, milling marks in groove and file marks on butt.

  • 3
    Not bad...

    Posted by Newby00 on Jan 16th 2020

    The reproduction No.5 ‘Jungle Carbine’ bayonet I’d received had machine marks in the fuller and the screws in the grip/tang were not in line with each other (when compared to originals). I also noticed that the “R.F.I.” marking on the blade is not as crisp as blade stamps on original examples. Otherwise, it was pretty good. It’s solid and pretty well made. I’m planning on removing some of the bluing on the blade and ‘antiquing’ the blade a bit to make it look closer to originsls.