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Article about: Hi to all. I like show some of my bayonets. the bayonets are in following order: m/27 Fiskars m/28 Sky Hackman m/28 Sky Hackman m/28 Sky Hackman m/28 Sky Hackman m/29 Hackman m/28-30 Sky Fis

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    Hi to all.

    I like to show some of my bayonets.

    the bayonets are in following order:

    m/27 Fiskars
    m/28 Sky Hackman
    m/28 Sky Hackman
    m/28 Sky Hackman
    m/28 Sky Hackman
    m/29 Hackman
    m/28-30 Sky Fiskars
    m/28-30 Sky Hackman
    m/35 Hackman
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    Last edited by Finnish; 10-08-2019 at 08:40 PM.

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    Nice collection of bayonets. Thank you for posting.
    John

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    Hi John,

    Thank you for your nice words.
    I will post some pics of my m/91 bayonets later.

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    Very nice collection of Finnish Bayonets ..BILL
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    Hi

    Here is some of my m/91 bayonets, in following order

    Izhevsk m91-24 30° frog is bropably fake Russian, bayonet has Finn made cutting for a thicker barrel.
    Izhevsk m91 60°
    Remington m91 30°
    Tula m91 30° frog leather made in Finland
    Westighouse m91 30° Sky this bayonet has Civil Guard number, but there is no cutting for gun barrel

    and

    m/39 Sky kulmala
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    Last edited by Finnish; 10-10-2019 at 02:25 PM.

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    Really nice collection, good variety and specially all those leather carriers.
    But I did notice one common theme in all. Lots of black dots on dry blades. Oil your blades!

    Take care of your collection. Use normal gun oil and cloth is good way to start. Rat-tail bayonets included. Wiping metal scabbards with oil cloth is also good but don't use WD40. WD-40 damages/melts the paint, gun-oil won't.
    I have oiled all my own and newly acquired bayonets. Maybe tiresome job but someone has to do the preservation. Shiny blades are more fun to look at afterwards.

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    Hello,

    Thank you for your advice, will do that.

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    Counter question about rat-rails.

    I never really paid attention about what is so special about 30° and 60° degree socket cut in m/91 bayonets. What makes another one of them more collectable?

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    Hi,

    From what i know, most common one is 30°, and 60° and 90° are more rare ones, 0° is rarest. Have you got Reino Kärhä book?

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    Very nice.
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