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Can you help identify this bayonet

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    Default Can you help identify this bayonet

    I have no idea how old it is, maybe it's not old at all. I'm not sure if the scabbard even goes with the leather holster although it appears to do so.

    So I was hoping someone could help out....
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    Default Re: Can you help identify this

    Hi, Kvanderstel !

    Looks like a fine original dress bayonet in good condition. Someone though,
    has put decals from a model airplane kit on the frog !




    Regards, Steve.

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    An original dress bayonet? But what's the time frame, officer? Army? Any sites give a bio on it?

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    These were purchased by Heer enlisted men and NCO's for walking out. They were made from the mid 1930's until the war stopped production.

    Several have been shown on the forum in the past. Sometimes called a Parade bayonet.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Nice dress bayonet. Alot of info on German bayonets can be found on k98 bayonets data and registry

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    These were purchased by Heer enlisted men and NCO's for walking out.
    What does the term "walking out" refer to?

    And "Heer" means regular army?

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    Default Re: Can you help identify this bayonet

    Welcome kvanderstel

    Yes "Heer" is army and you have a nice dress bayonet as Ade mentioned somtimes called a "Parade" bayonet.

    Tony

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    Default Re: Can you help identify this bayonet

    walking out is a phrase meaning , on leave or personel time spent in uniform ,showing off is a good answer
    most all armies have a form of walking out dress , ian

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    What do we know about the maker?

    G?Schulte Boblingen

    I can seem to make out what the second character is in the inscription.

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    In this case it is not likely to be the maker. But is in fact a retailers mark.

    Military outfitters would buy these bayonets from big makers but have their name stamped on the blades.

    I don't think it is a letter but a "-" in between the G and the surname.

    Cheers, Ade.

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