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My M98/05 Bayonets

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    Default My M98/05 Bayonets

    It looks as though I'm collecting these - according to a late dear friend of mine it took at least three of anything before it would qualify as a collection, and have just added a third. So far there's a 1916-dated pionere sawtooth bayonet by Simson & Co., Suhl; a somewhat rare and undated Frister und Rossmann, Berlin with a sub-contracted J.Henckels blade with the zwilling/twins logo; and another 1916-dated by Waffenfabrik Mauser A G, Oberndorf. The first two were pretty rusty and with textured blades, the Rossmann missing its scabbard; the Mauser is in the best shape though missing the chape to its scabbard but has added serial numbers and evidence of light bluing that I believe indicates post-war use. I don't have any idea what the W. 8. on the pommel indicates, though.

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    Default 1916 Simson & Co. Sawback Markings

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    Default Frister & Rossmann/Henckels Markings

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    I like these bayos.
    I've got a box full of bayonets from all over the world and the only
    one I display is my sawtooth 98/05.

    You might want to take a look at posts 143 & 152 in this thread-----
    Adler's Imperial collection
    gregM
    Live to ride -- Ride to live

    I was addicted to the "Hokey-Pokey" but I've turned
    myself around.

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    Yes, I've enjoyed drooling over various parts of Adler's collection before! I have to say though that I'd never be able to fit it into my available space, which is constantly undergoing rearrangement to try to fit in the little I do have.

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