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Mossin knife bayo

Article about: They surely was Blocaded Leningrad made, all the trenches of the Wolchow front is still full of them. The last found by me was a year ago, near Sinimae hills, found attached to the guns, one

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    Todays aquisition - I was quite a long searching for this most misterious soviet bayo

    Strong massive blade, press stud functional and no makers marks. I call it M1930/41
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    I bought a Vintovka Mosina a few days ago, it came with the standard long skinny bayonet. It was an absolute nightmare to get it on and off the end of the barrel, took me about 45 minutes. I love the look of this one, I'll have to try to find one some day.

    Regards,

    Corey

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    Quote by cgp1066 View Post
    I bought a Vintovka Mosina a few days ago, it came with the standard long skinny bayonet. It was an absolute nightmare to get it on and off the end of the barrel, took me about 45 minutes. I love the look of this one, I'll have to try to find one some day.

    Regards,

    Corey
    They were also not meant to be taken on and off much, if at all. They did not even come with a scabbard.

    Regards, Lars

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    Nice find. Produced in siege Leningrad. aka sieger.

    here I wrote a small into to soviet ersatzs

    soviet ersatz

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    I read somewhere that according to soviet military doctrine that the bayonets were to remain on the rifles at all times, except when in transport. Makes sense to me.

    Regards

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    They were also not meant to be taken on and off much, if at all. They did not even come with a scabbard.

    Regards, Lars
    That says so much about the Soviet mindset

    Kill the fascist viper!!

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    Not a soviet. Actually it comes from Imperial army.

    a small hint. To get the bayo on and of the rifle with no hassle -use the mosin's rifle tool (the last one on picture)

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    Quote by cgp1066 View Post
    I read somewhere that according to soviet military doctrine that the bayonets were to remain on the rifles at all times, except when in transport. Makes sense to me.

    Regards
    Yes. Some even in a humorous way claim it can't shoot straight without it

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    Quote by KradSpam View Post
    That says so much about the Soviet mindset

    Kill the fascist viper!!
    For sure. But they forgot they themselves was fascist. Just red ones. After the surrender of Berlin many soldiers and officers was sent straight to Siberian KZ-camps. Literally! They saw how a society could look and got some "dangerous" thoughts. It's off topic but true.

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    My Mossin brothers are bathing...Attachment 363229

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