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Confirmed: Bayonet manufacturers are upset with President Obama

US President Barack Obama (R) and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) shake hands following the third and final presidential debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, October 22, 2012. The showdown focusing on foreign policy is being held in the crucial toss-up state of Florida just 15 days before the election and promises to be among the most watched 90 minutes of the entire 2012 campaign. Credit: AFP/Getty Images

While many of President Obama's antagonists were quick to point out that U.S. soldiers still use bayonets in war after Obama's snarky remarks in last night's debate, did anyone bother to stop to wonder what the companies making those bayonets thought?

Gossip site TMZ did... and they found out that bayonet manufacturers are upset with President Obama:

We spoke with Dan Riker from Bayonet Inc. -- a leading military surplus outlet that specializes in bayonets -- who tells us he believes Obama's comment was "ignorant ... because our soldiers still use bayonets."

He adds, “[Bayonets] are still distributed to the military all the time -- he should get educated on it”

For the record, Riker says he won't be voting for Obama ... "and I didn't vote for him last election either."

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