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Seitengewehr 1871 model

Article about: thanks ewen , i like it a lot and it is very heavy , it would take some holding up on the end of a rifle . cheers al

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    thanks ewen , i like it a lot and it is very heavy , it would take some holding up on the end of a rifle .

    cheers al

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    They certainly are a solid piece of metal - I have a model 1871 from the same manufacturer - mine is marked B.A.XIX.13. on the crossguard and 53.R.R.15.49 on the scabbard. An excellent reference site is here Das Infanterie-Seitengewehr M /1871 .
    Terry

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    Hi Terry , thanks for that link , it is great it is one of my favourite bayos ,

    cheers Al

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    Al,
    Some pics of mine to keep the thread going - the manufacture date has been machined off and B.A. (depot) markings applied to the crossguard - has anyone seen anything similar?
    Thanks Terry

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    Hi Terry , nice to see your bayo , it`s super I have know idea why the date stamp would have been removed from the blade spine ! strange ,

    cheers Al

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    This has always been one of my favorites... A beautiful bayonet it is!

    Adler

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    Hi Adler , i appreciate your comments

    cheers Al

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