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2xGerman 1WW ersatz bayos

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    Iīve a question about those two bayos below - what is their model name / index?

    I read here about some Tony Carterīs book (which Iīve never seen), internet sources are not good enough to list and classify all the spectrum of German ersatz bayos - so Iīll rely on knowledge of this forum
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    RichieB supplied me with this link for a little info on my one

    Ersatz Bayonets
    Regards
    René

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    RichieB supplied me with this link for a little info on my one

    Ersatz Bayonets
    Well, I know this internet page, itīs good but not complete enough - one of bayos above is not matching with examples from that list

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    Bruno

    they are called Ersatz bajonets by everyone but the germans, they called them "Aushilfsseitengewehr" loosely translated as "Auxillery sidearms"
    In Austria the called the "Not bajonetten" which means "Emergency bayonets"
    They are both standard 1916 models altough the bottom one is missing its hilt.
    Scabbards are standard replacement scabbards which will fit any bayonet of that lenght.

    Jean

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    Quote by Redgemak View Post
    Bruno

    they are called Ersatz bajonets by everyone but the germans, they called them "Aushilfsseitengewehr" loosely translated as "Auxillery sidearms"
    In Austria the called the "Not bajonetten" which means "Emergency bayonets"
    They are both standard 1916 models altough the bottom one is missing its hilt.
    Scabbards are standard replacement scabbards which will fit any bayonet of that lenght.

    Jean
    Jep, thanks, but what Iīm looking for is the exact names of those bayos like EBxx and EByy ??

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