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Article about: I have a couple of these bayonet's which the name has been ground off but you can just make out what I think is Simson & Co Sulh, can any ggive any more info on this bayonet. The blade l

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    Default Reworked Simson

    I have a couple of these bayonet's which the name has been ground off but you can just make out what I think is Simson & Co Sulh, can any ggive any more info
    on this bayonet.

    The blade length is 11" inches.

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    Greetings Z4,

    Google "Portugal - M1904 Bayonet" and you will have all the confirmation for your bayo you could possibly wish for.

    Regards,

    Lance

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    Thanks for the info lance cant believe I missed it, I looked but only found the short version so I kept looking.

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    Corectly You have a modification of M1904/39 done in Portugal.

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