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DOT 42 bayonet S 24t

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    Default DOT 42 bayonet S 24t

    My one day off this week, thought I would dig out a couple bayo's and take some better pictures. I don"t know what is harder, finding,cataloging and properly identifying a new bayo, or taking good quality photographs of it. This is my Czech manufactured DOT 42 manufactured at Brunne werke.
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    Nice, I would like to get one of those one day. I have quite a few bayonets but this type is missing from my collection.

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    nice.

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    Waffenwerke Bruenn, or Zbrojovka Brno made S24(t) configuration, nice light grips, most real a depot piece.

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    Yes I forgot to comment on that last night those are a great occupation bayonet made by the Nazi's I need to pick up another one to replace one I had as they are going up in price and difficult to get as there ratio to the regular s84/98 is quite low and I think quite rare I have had some of the older hands tell me the 42 dated ones are harder to find so nice piece Jim. timothy

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    Hello,

    yes nice + belongs together

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    Brünn made 1942 and 1943 this bayonets in the configuration

    hier 1943
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    1942
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    Sleepwalker, Those are some top notch examples!

    Timothy, I have heard the "one is harder to find" go both ways. I don't know the production numbers, but it seems that they both come up for sale about the same in my experience.

    Jim

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    Hello,

    observing the serial numbers... in the year 1942 there were made more than 1943

    bevor the dot code... Brünn made until in the running year 1942 S24(t) with Z in circle and dopple cricle.. so 1942 is maybe the year with the most output of S24(t).

    Regards

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