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Blood grooves on Bayonets

Article about: by Bochmann But you have to remember too the historic element of the dagger(s) in question as their purpose was originally to be used on it's own or in conjuntion with a sword or to finish a

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    I refuse to get back into This one! lol But I will say that I agree with "popcorn"s assessment....
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    Hi. A thought occurred to me that perhaps a fullered blade would aid in penetration? Less material=less resistance. I see on the K98 I have that the fuller extends right down towards the tip where the blade tapers to a point.

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    Hello,

    "blood grooves" are nonsense.

    The correct name is Fuller.

    Fullers has two functions:

    1 = stabilization of the blade (principle like corrugated sheet iron)
    2 = reduce the weight


    Regards

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