Enfield bayonets are of a different breed. They were first used in the Civil War, by both the North and the South. These bayonets have also been used in other wars such as World War 1, World War 2, and the Korean War. Enfiled bayonets are a result of the British. These bayonets mainly are from the Lee-Enfield bolt action rifle. This rifle is also known as the M.L.E. (said as “emily”)
Today the Lee-Enfield can be seen in use in commonwealth militarys such as Canada. The rifle is also very popular in the Middle East and Southern Asia. As for civilian use people use the rifle for hunting and simple target practice. The gun is also used in historic shooting competitions.