Knife bayonet for finnish Valmet Rk-62 Assault rifle. Blades were first clipped short, later clipped long(er). Maker names were not used in handles before 70's. M62 pattern is used also in combat and presentation knives.
Totally unfinished m62 blade. Judging from thickness, an early pattern blade.
Half-finished m62 blade. Thinner and better cast than previous blank, so I guess this is late pattern.
1ST PATTERN (62->65 EARLY 70'S)
1st pattern m62, short clipped and very uncommoon blued, not phosphate finished, blade. Note to long edge on upper part of blade.
1st pattern m62, short clipped blade. Note to long edge on upper part of blade.
2ND PATTERN (65 -> EARLY 70'S)
Early pattern m62, long clipped blade, unmarked handle.
Honor Guard (Kaartin pataljoona)
2nd pattern m62, long clipped blade. White honor guard scabbard.