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FSP bayonet, Solingen

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    My new FSP bayonet came in the mail today and I thought I'd post it. I'm pretty close to finishing off my fireman's tunic, all I need now is a belt and buckle set. Any opinions would be much appreciated. Thanks.


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    She's a beauty, it would be hard to find a better one!

    Jim

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    Thanks, and it looks like I might be getting that buckle sooner than I expected too!

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    Todd who is the maker? Im not familiar with these type of Bayos..and "Solingen" can be seen even on modern made knives of today. Regards Larry
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    Todd who is the maker? Im not familiar with these type of Bayos..and "Solingen" can be seen even on modern made knives of today. Regards Larry
    It's unmarked, other than solingen, which I know is not the maker, but rather the city of origin. I thought these fireman bayonets were quite common? I've seen quite a few, never one with its portapee though. I can't say much more on the subject, I'm still pretty novice.

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    If I remember correctly the Solingen mark is a generic trademark for the Solingen guild makers. A lot of times you will find this mark on one side and the maker, or more often the distributors mark on the other. Someone correct me if I am wrong, but I don't believe this style of Feuerwehr Faschinenmesser was made post 1945.

    Jim

    p.s. There are some who can tell the maker by the style of parts and certain manufacturing styles, I am not among them.

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    thats v/nice.

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