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Article about: Hey guys, This bayonet is on sale for \\$115 is it worth it? THe only marking are "simson and co suhl" and there is a "D6###" on the back near the button that you press to

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    Hey guys,

    This bayonet is on sale for $115 is it worth it? THe only marking are "simson and co suhl" and there is a "D6###" on the back near the button that you press to unlock the bayonet, if you know what im talking about, but I forget the rest of the number :O

    Here are the pics. The blade is really dark (blued?)
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    THanks!

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    Simson Suhl
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    Samson is a former weapons and vehicle manufacturers. The company was founded in 1856 by two Jewish brothers Samson and Moses Loeb in the Thuringian town of Suhl.

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    I think it is Portuguese - either or Model 1904 Mauser-Vergueiro bayonet or Model 1934 Steyr Solothurn SMG Bayonet.

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    I agree it is a Mauser-Vergueiro bayonet and I would pay $115 for it.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Thanks guys, ill look into it. Definitely an interesting bayo!

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    Just had to look up one of these , and found that ( unlike the one shown ) the version for the MP34 ( also exported to Portugal ) had an EXTENDED muzzle ring .. ?

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    Portuguese Mauser Vergeiuro M1904 bayo (and rifle fore end).
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    Im currently looking at a bayonet similar to this one. I thought that I had it ID'd as an S71/84 but after reading this thread Im not so sure. What are some things to look for that would help with the ID process?

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