South African Lee Enfield No. 9 Bayonet
These bayonets were manufactured in South Africa by ARMSCOR or one of its contractors during the 1960s, using spare blades originally made by FN Herstal for the Uzi submachine gun. These were issued with the Lee Enfield No. 4 rifle to local defense groups collectively called the Commando System. These military reservists/militia were formally part of the Army but typically deployed as part of police actions, acting to secure more remote areas or where the police needed reinforcement.