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Bayonets bought in a Russian village

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    Here is some bayonet bought in small Russian village. I am not a bayonet guy so to speak, but icould not find any reason not to buy them. Maybe some of you will be helpful with some ID and background on these. I will write the little i know about them with the pics.

    No 1: This should be a Argentine "Lend-Lease" bayonet for Germany?

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    No 2: K98 i guess. Don't really know.

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    No 3: Not sure. It has a stamp 36 and big X

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    No 4: German. That is all.

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    No 5: Should be a Slovakian made K98 Bayonet, hence the Cyrillic letters

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    I hope you will find it interesting.

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    No bayonet guys online???

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    Number 5 is a Yugoslavian M48 bayonet. '44' Isn't the date of manufacture, it's postwar. Nice bayonets!

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    Thanks for the info Moe. I don't think the seller was trying to cheat or anything. You know what kind of rifle the bayo is for? Got it all quite cheap.

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    It's for the Yugo M48 Mauser, a postwar K98 clone: M48 Mauser - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    4 Is a dress bayo.
    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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    Thanks a lot Eric. For parades and such i guess. Things start happening when the American guys get online

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    By the way 4 is made by Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co (WKC)& has been manufacturing military swords and cutlery in Solingen, Germany, a city famous since the middle ages for its metal-working and craftsmanship in sword making.

    And yes they were for parades and such.
    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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    Thanks for the extra info Eric

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    #1 - Argentina - these were made in Germany for export.
    #3 - British 1907 pattern for the Lee Enfield of WWI.

    The bayonets pictured are all quite common, and I like
    each and every one of them.........!
    Last edited by Walkwolf; 12-09-2011 at 03:47 AM. Reason: correction
    Regards,


    Steve.

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