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M96 Swedish Mauser bayonet

Article about: Finally picked up a bayonet for my mauser, have to say it looks mighty fine and completes the gun nicely. Not to familiar with theses bayonets, from what i read EJ made bayonets from 1899-19

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    Default M96 Swedish Mauser bayonet

    Finally picked up a bayonet for my mauser, have to say it looks mighty fine and completes the gun nicely.
    Not to familiar with theses bayonets, from what i read EJ made bayonets from 1899-1912? apparently this is a late model at that? If someone could clarify and add info it would be much appreciated. Bayonet and Scabbard dont match. I very much like the design of these tho.

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    Nice bayonet. Seems to be in fine condition
    with most, if not all of it's original finish.
    I think you are correct about it being
    a later version, as I believe the one
    previous to this had wood grips.

    Back in the 80's, I saw a boxful of these
    - maybe 30 or 40 bayonets with little
    or no finish remaining, selling for
    $8.99 each. Should have bought
    the whole box........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    thanks, and WOW that would have been a steal

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    Not really-well used examples of the m/96 bayos are pretty common-the rifles and their bayos were produced and used over a very long period of time-the rifle bayos were always all metal-only the various later (and longer) carbine bayos have conventional wood grips but these don't fit on the rifles. This is my unissued example (no unit markings).
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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
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    I think you are correct about it being
    a later version, as I believe the one
    previous to this had wood grips.
    ...
    Hi !

    Do you mean the egyptian "Hakim" ?

    Bayonets of Egypt

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    Nice Bayo Phil!!
    I really like the Swedish M96 bayo!!! such good quality... here's my example with correct scabbard and frog... the low number 004 got me exited until I did a little research... it seems as though the Swedish army just reset the numbers back to 000 when they reached a highest number limit!! lol
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    Quote by Reibert View Post
    Hi !

    Do you mean the egyptian "Hakim" ?

    Bayonets of Egypt
    thats what i was thinking too

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    Quote by austromunga View Post
    Nice Bayo Phil!!
    I really like the Swedish M96 bayo!!! such good quality... here's my example with correct scabbard and frog... the low number 004 got me exited until I did a little research... it seems as though the Swedish army just reset the numbers back to 000 when they reached a highest number limit!! lol
    I read about the numbers as well, however it makes it easier to find one that matches your gun ahaha , unfortunatly mines 400 off of the SN on my mauser

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    Nice Bayonet M1896, but unfortunatly not matching

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    Quote by Sleepwalker View Post
    Nice Bayonet M1896, but unfortunatly not matching
    before i owned an M96 these bayonets were everywhere but all of a sudden, when im looking for one i cant find one so i said screw it ill take whatever comes up for sale next

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