The bayonet are ersatz italian bayonets made from old Veterli blades, some of the variations are for captured austtrian M1895 rifles, should be have a 15mm MRD of barellring, the frog is bulgarian for M1895, the marking on scabbards are not visible? any stamps there?
many graces for the answer are a pleasure to speak with who it agrees some
also other friends had assumed that the frog to me to be Bulgarian.
They are the ersatz Italian and are made for several guns like for Mannlicher 95 and 88, then are made also for Carcano 91 and for old Vetterli guns, but it remains always a beautiful and mysterious bayonet.
What thinks of that equal color that is on the frog but also on the handle of the bayonet?
Tasks that the Bugaria has newly painted this bayonet?
The only brand that is being on the scabbard integral: OE/WG that indicates the production Austrian.