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    Default Unknown bayonet, any help appreciated

    Hello, I am unsure what bayonet this is as there is little to no markings on it. If it is in the wrong category I would appreciate the moderators moving it. Any help would be much appreciated as to what this bayonet is. Thanks in advance!
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    It looks like a .303 bayonet, does it have any other markings?

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    No other marking that I can see. That is what puzzled me.

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    Well it has the fitting tool of a .303 and the sheath so it's most likely off a .303, I've go no idea what country it's from though. It was widely used though so it could be from anywhere.

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    Greetings,

    My guess is it's an Belgian Export Model M1924 Mauser Bayonet. Google that and you will see they came in differing lengths.

    Regards,

    Lance

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    Thank you for all the help. It is much appreciated.

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    As Lance stated, a Belgian model 24 export bayonet, for Yugoslavia I believe.

    Jim

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    I will Move this to the World bayonets forum.
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    Definitely not for the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

    Kingdom of Yugoslavia M24 bayonet:

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    M24? South America? bayonet in these topic:

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    Regards
    Vedran

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    Vedran, I thought South American exports have a round or oval frog stud? Though the serial number on the pommel would seem wrong for a Yugo bayo.

    Jim

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