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    Has anybody seen German m1989 shortened in such way ?

    Or is it still German - if not, to wich country it may belong?
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    Hello,

    you mean the Seitengewehr (18)98 ? ...

    but... this is a peruvian M1909. Easy to recognize at the number an the crossguard and often by the peruvian crest on the top of the pommel.
    This bayonet never made service in a german army. It is a export product.

    The shorting is also typical for Peru.

    Regards

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    Quote by Sleepwalker View Post
    ..you mean the Seitengewehr (18)98 ? ...
    Thank You - off course I meant m1898..
    I just really have to less my everydays drinking :-(

    Hope some moderaator will change the headline of this topic - othervise Iīm looking really stupid.....

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