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Belt Frog
Belt frog for use with the AKM Type II bayonet.

This frog is made of black leather, with an integral clip that secures the scabbard to the frog. The reverse features slide keepers, similar to those introduced by the USA with the M1956 Load-Carrying Equipment.

Lithuania did not manufacture bayonets. They used the Russian AKM Type II bayonet, as pictured at left.

The frog measures 7.75 in. (197 mm.) long by 1.875 in. (48 mm.) wide.

This frog was not classified by Carter.

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Belt Frog Belt frog for use with the AKM Type II bayonet.

This frog is made of camouflage-pattern ballistic nylon, with copper glove fasteners. It has a very complex belt attachment.

The frog measures 8.25 in. (210 mm.) long by 2.00 in. (51 mm.) wide.

This frog was not classified by Carter.

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