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WW1 German bayonet?

Article about: Hi guys, Is this a WW1 German bayonet? The so called Ersatz? Thank you all!

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    Hi guys,

    Is this a WW1 German bayonet? The so called Ersatz?

    Thank you all!
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    to me it looks like a Czech VZ24 bayonet,any markings?
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    There's something, but not visible.

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    hi Adi , is there any markings on the scabbard stud ?

    cheers Al

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    Zwerge is right. It is a Czech VZ 24 bayonet.

    Paul

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    Hi Al,

    There's nothing visible. Is that the only way to tell if it's Czech?

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    Quote by Pawlito View Post
    Zwerge is right. It is a Czech VZ 24 bayonet.

    Paul
    Well, I guess that settles it.

    Thanks guys.

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    Hi, is this an ersatz bayonet made completely of steel?
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    Looks like one to me

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Quote by Nifartachi View Post
    Hi Al,

    There's nothing visible. Is that the only way to tell if it's Czech?
    Hi Adi , no you can tell it`s czech by it`s features , the very distinctive double rivets on the muzzle ring . The markings must have worn away , or perhaps it wasn`t stamped ! , but the blade ricasso should be marked CSZ ( which stands for Ceskoslovenska Statni Zbrojovky - czech state manufacture ) , usually these bayonets were also marked on the scabbard stud , again with CSZ and the czech lion and a number which represents the year of manufacture , hope that helps a little

    cheers Al

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