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Article about: 45 bym These ''bym'' were found after the end of the war during World War II. It was found on the floor a bombed factory. The bayonets were not finished when the bomb hit the factory. Take a

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    These ''bym'' were found after the end of the war during World War II. It was found on the floor a bombed factory. The bayonets were not finished when the bomb hit the factory. Take a good look at the bayonets, you can see the difference between them 2 + there is WaA stamp too ..
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    Hello,
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    Hi there,

    these are blanks from the manufacturer Genossenschafts Maschinenhaus der Büchsenmacher, Ferlach-Kärnten in different production stages.
    For this reason, one part has already been accepted and the other not.

    These unfinished S84 / 98 were dumped in the surrounding lakes towards the end of the war.
    All pieces show corresponding traces of longer stays under water.

    I think a find in a factory is an invention.

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    Hi there ...
    I know who the manufacturer is. Yes maybe that's right and
    maybe not .. That ''everyone'' is dumped in the lake ..
    There is no one who knows with 100% certainty that everyone should be dumped in the lake.
    (though the damage could be similar) ...

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    Quote by Sleepwalker View Post
    Hi there,

    these are blanks from the manufacturer Genossenschafts Maschinenhaus der Büchsenmacher, Ferlach-Kärnten in different production stages.
    For this reason, one part has already been accepted and the other not.

    These unfinished S84 / 98 were dumped in the surrounding lakes towards the end of the war.
    All pieces show corresponding traces of longer stays under water.

    I think a find in a factory is an invention.
    That is what was stated some years ago when I first saw unfinished examples from this maker. The damage IMO reasonably consistent with items that have been under (fresh) water for a long period of time I did not see a reason at that time to doubt it. Best Regards, Fred

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    Regardless whether they were ever in a lake, they are interesting relics.

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    Ossiacher sea was the location where majority of Ferlach production ended,b r.Andy

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