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anybody know´s that knife ?

Article about: Images of the current used Austrian "Feldmesser 78" The "FM78" also was in use in the famous German "GSG 9", ("Grenzschutz-Gruppe 9"). The Austrian &q

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    I guess it is an austrian Army-Knife called "Feldmesser". It is one of the early types because now the scabbard is completely plastic material. This knife is used by austria army and anti-terror-units.

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    Hi, debbi !

    It´s "early" and it´s Austrian, but it´s not a GLOCK !

    Go ahead !

    Rgds.,

    R.

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    Hi Reibert. There is a Forum in internet: Startseite. Its in german but everybody understand english. Go ahead to present your pictures and ask for it.

    Please tell us here the results. Thanks

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    i do not know why it changes the adress. It is functioning! www. messerforum. net

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    Quote by debbi082009 View Post
    Hi Reibert. There is a Forum in internet: Startseite. Its in german but everybody understand english. Go ahead to present your pictures and ask for it.

    Please tell us here the results. Thanks
    Hi, debbi !

    I know the knife, (it´s in my own collection ! ).

    I´m only interested, if someone outside Austria also know´s this pattern "Feldmesser" ...

    Cheers,

    R.

    BTW, I am from Austria

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    Zeitler ?

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    Quote by Richie B View Post
    Zeitler ?
    Bingo ! ! !

    Would you tell us more ´bout this knife ?
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    This is a guess - can it be fitted onto a rifle with an adapter ?

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    The "ZEITLER" never was established and lost the race ...

    The "GLOCK" "Feldmesser 78" won !

    Intermediately, (the attachable German-made), "KCB77M1" was introduced in the Austrian Bundesheer in small number´s to use with the "AUG 77", ("Armee Universalgewehr 77")

    On doctrinal matters the attachable "KCB" was rejected and the "FM78" was established in the Austrian armed Forces and Austrian SWAT-units.

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