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Topic - Craig Riesch, 7th Edition Review
Posted: Mar 20 2021 at 10:40pm By W5USMC
Page 165 of both 7th & 8th edition, Table 6-1 M3 Trench Knives and M4 Bayonet Manufacturers.
Lists American Cutlery Company as a manufacturer for the M4 Bayonet. 
American Cutlery Company did not manufacture the M4 bayonet. 
Per Gary Cunningham's Bayonet Points #17
"There are two different markings used by Aerial. The one shown in this photo is the first style, and for some time was the subject of some speculation. During World War One, bolo knives made by the American Cutlery Company of Chicago were marked ACC. In some sources the M3 knives and M4 bayonets so marked were identified as being made by American Cutlery, and it was not until fairly recent years that it was determined that this was in fact an alternate marking used by Aerial Cutlery."

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