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S 84-98 44 cvl

Article about: Just acquired this bayonet. I don't think too many were made in this configuration with wood grips attached by rivets. Photos courtesy of the seller.

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    Default S 84-98 44 cvl

    Just acquired this bayonet. I don't think too many were made in this configuration with wood grips attached by rivets.

    Photos courtesy of the seller.
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    S 84-98 44 cvl   S 84-98 44 cvl  


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    That's a very good find, that is seldom seen FP

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    Most CLV44 (WKC) bayonet was made of wood grips attached by rivets.
    Rare are those CLV44 with bakelite grips.

    Regards
    Vedran

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    Hi Guys,

    Does anybody have a 'rarity chart' of K98 bayonets. I've a couple of rivetted late wars as well as some nice phosphated but I've often wondered what the 'rarity scale' would look like.

    Regards,

    Bigsie

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    Bigsie, maybe I'm wrong, but with what you said, I would add K98 bayonets produced 1945.

    Regards
    Vedran

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    Quote by Rancid66 View Post
    Bigsie, maybe I'm wrong, but with what you said, I would add K98 bayonets produced 1945.

    Regards
    Vedran
    Indeed - very few 45 dated bayonets around.

    A few shown here

    k98 bayonets data and registry

    Regards

    Richie

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    Nice piece, i could dont deciphere the letter of series, is possibility bad stamped p or q letter, which would be the latest SN known, but the finish looks like repaired, should be heavy tool?

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    Quote by AndyB View Post
    Nice piece, i could dont deciphere the letter of series, is possibility bad stamped p or q letter, which would be the latest SN known, but the finish looks like repaired, should be heavy tool?
    AndyB

    I have compared the series letter to those shown on this site - they are all said to be in the "p" series.

    k98 bayonets data and registry

    The finish - you could be right - I'm not sure - again in comparison too the website.

    I'm pleased to have it in the collection - just need a "45" !

    Regards

    Richie

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