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Steyr M95 blued bayonet

Article about: Hi all I bought this bayonet and scabbard for my M95 Stutzen, and am puzzled as to why the blade has been blued. I was under the impression that they are supposed to be polished steel? Any i

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    Default Steyr M95 blued bayonet

    Hi all
    I bought this bayonet and scabbard for my M95 Stutzen, and am puzzled as to why the blade has been blued. I was under the impression that they are supposed to be polished steel? Any input or comments would be greatly appreciated!
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    Haven't seen one done like this looks very dark for normal blued item and the ones I know of are polished as you said.
    Here is mine to campare it is the most common style ive found.

    Eric

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Eric

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    Thanks for your reply eric, I had one guy on another forum tell me that it might have been used by the Yugoslavian army, I'm not sure that they had a practice of doing this to their bayos...

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    That could be it would be nice to know. Have not seen any my self though good luck on your quest.

    Eric

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    The scabbard certainly has a Yugoslav marking.

    Can't quite read it - old eyes I'm afraid !

    If it is "BT3" it is for the Military Technical Institute, Kragujevac used 1918 - 1923 and 1931 - 1941

    If it is "AT3" it is for the Artillery Technical Institute, Kragujevac used 1923 - 1931.

    Hope that helps a little.

    Regards

    Richie

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    Thanks for the info, Richie B. It is very hard to make out, it appears to be double stamped....

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