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Ww2 bayonet ???

Article about: Hello what are your thoughts on this bayonet I have no idea. no marking anywhere ecept numbers at the top the blade measures about 15 inches in length thank you Tony

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    Hello

    what are your thoughts on this bayonet I have no idea.
    no marking anywhere ecept numbers at the top
    the blade measures about 15 inches in length
    thank you
    Tony
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    My "best guess" is that we're looking at a Czech Mauser Bayonet...WWII German bayonets don't have the muzzle-ring, a feature usually encountered on export & foreign-produced Mauser Bayonets....
    Hopefully one of our more knowledgeable Associates will share his expertise with us...
    cheers, Glenn

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    made before ww2 and
    i think its belgian bayonet,same bayonet M 1924 use serbia (yugoslavia) but with marking -triangle and AT or BT3 inClick image for larger version. 

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    FN M1924 Long Export bayo-could be post war as they were sold after WW2 as well as before.
    PS-Does the area near the hilt look to be polished or ground/scrubbed? National markings may have been removed as this was commonly done to South American equipment when sold off out of service.

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    Belgian Export Bayonet not have markings,but this bayonet is polished or some like that.
    same bayonet : Belgian M1924/30 FN Mauser Long Patt Export Bayonet

    - Belgian M1924 30 FN Mauser Long Patt Export Bayonet - Field Service Antique Arms

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    Most probably a FN export M1930 bayonet, blade lenght 38.5cm, delivered in prewar period to some of the south american countries. MRD should be 15,5mm b.r.Andy

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    Hello,

    yes this is a M24 Export-Bayonet, made bei FN in Belgium.

    With this kind of screws made since 1930. Before 1930 FN used the typical "belgian screws".

    Here is a M 24 Export-Model 1924 - 1930.
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