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Sure, you can identify this bayonet !

Article about: Hi, mates ! Searched through drawers and the harddisk the last day´s and found this images again. I´m sure, you recognize this bayonet ! Best, R.

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    Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !

    Hi, mates !

    Searched through drawers and the harddisk the last day´s and found this images again.

    I´m sure, you recognize this bayonet !

    Best,

    R.

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    Something Austro-Hungarian but exactly what?

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    Reibert

    Very interesting photographs.

    The bayonet is an Ersatz model - for the M1895 Mannlicher perhaps ?

    Also made for other captured rifles I think.

    Regards

    Richie

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    Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !

    Austro-Hungarian is right !

    Here´re images of the "1. Ersatz-Kompagnie, Infanterie-Regiment Nr.59"

    Go ahead, guy´s !

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    Quote by Richie B View Post
    ...

    The bayonet is an Ersatz model - for the M1895 Mannlicher perhaps ?

    Also made for other captured rifles I think.

    Regards

    Richie
    You´re a pretty skilled man !

    Yes, you´re right !

    It´s an Ersatz-Seitengewehr for the System Mannlicher-Schönauer Modell 1895 !

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    Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !

    Such bayonets were manufactured for the Romanian Mannlicher M1893, the Mexican rifle Mauser M1912, the Italian rifle Mannlicher Carcano 1891, with "Zusatzvisier" upon the muzzle ring for the Repetierstutzen Mannlicher M1895, several designs for the Mannlicher Repetiergewehr M1895, for the Repetiergewehre Mannlicher M1888/90, M1890 and M1890/95, for the rifles Lorenz M1854 and M1862, Extracorps-Gewehre Lorenz M1854 and M1862, the Wänzel M1867 rifle and Extra-Corps-rifle M1867.


    Such Ersatzbajonett even was manufactured for the japanese Arisaka M30 (1897) !

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    Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !

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    Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !Sure, you can identify this bayonet !

    Watch out !

    There´re a lot of copies on the market today !

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    Silly me-I didn't notice the lack of conventional grips on the handle-excellent collection of the ersatzen you have there Reibert!

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    Reibert

    most fakes have the wrong turn (clockwise)

    Jean

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