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    WW1 M95 bayonet?

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    (this bayonets have interesetne numbers 1. 8228 and 2. 7447)

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    Hungarian WWI bayonet, made by Fegyver És Gépgyár Reszvenytarsasag (Weapons and Equipment Factory L.L.C.) of Budapest, abbreviated F.G.G.Y.

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    ok thanks, but I'm not sure which type.....

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    these were also used in WW2 by the Hungarian Royal Army...
    I have one of these: "F.G. - GY." lot num: "L 6119" with WW2 field-green paint on the scabbard.

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    Quote by SRB View Post
    ok thanks, but I'm not sure which type.....
    It is a model 1895 and as Fabe show's with his, some were put back into service during WWII.
    Jim

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    Greetings SRB,

    Here is a Czech website with many M95 variants to review M95 If you use a translator you can review plenty of info on these bayos.

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    The bayonet was made by Budapest but could be a imperial proofed, we should see other ricasso, the right side not good visible but probably a austrian empire eagle?, normal M1895 for long rifle bayonet, the 4 digits on crossguard are typical for bulgarian postwar reworks. The pommel is sometimes unit marked.

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