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Police bayonet by Eickhorn

Article about: Please let me know what you think of this one. I know the frog does not belong with it but this is how it came to me. Anzel

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    Hi Dan thanks for sharing and showing a piece of are now a teacher on the forum Regards Larry

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    Quote by Anzel View Post
    Close up photo of the police insignia.



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    Another nice example Dan

    This is one of the type made specifically as a dress bayonet and not capable of being fitted to a rifle. For anyone who doesn't know you can tell from the picture that there is no spring loaded release button (therefore no slot) in the handle. Marked I believe for Schuttzpolizei Gumbinnen District formerly in East Prussia and now in Poland/Russia since the Russians moved countries around to suit them after the war.

    By the way, the marks on these bayonets are pre-war and not Nazi which I think makes them all the more historically interesting.


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