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Article about: Hello Gents I have a chance at this bayonet. It has some wear on the scabbard but I have never seen a box bayonet with this type of leather holder. Is this good.Bad? Thanks in advance NK

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    Hello Gents
    I have a chance at this bayonet. It has some wear on the scabbard but I have never seen a box bayonet with this type of leather holder.
    Is this good.Bad?
    Thanks in advance
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    From the images which leave a little something (IMO) to be desired in the way of clarity the bayonet itself appears to be OK. With the frog appearing to originally be a Yugoslavian(?) example that has been modified at some indeterminate date. Regards, Fred

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    Quote by Frogprince View Post
    From the images which leave a little something (IMO) to be desired in the way of clarity the bayonet itself appears to be OK. With the frog appearing to originally be a Yugoslavian(?) example that has been modified at some indeterminate date. Regards, Fred
    I'll 2nd that as it looks almost exactly like the frog that came with my M48 and bayonet. The only difference is my frog is a lighter color brown.

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    Agree Yugo frog s84/98 looks good. timothy

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    the pictures are second hand from one of my neighbors, i knew something just want right
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    Agree with all that has been said so far. Hard to tell exactly what condition it is actually in from these pictures, but it is numbers matching. The big question would be, how much does he want?

    Jim

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