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Article about: Has anyone got any idea about this dress bayonet it looks like a naval button has been attached to the grip, the button does move slightly so it has not been attached with glue. z4.

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    Has anyone got any idea about this dress bayonet it looks like a naval button has been attached to the grip, the button does move slightly so it has not been attached with glue.

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    No maker's mark on blade?

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    There are no marks anywhere on the knife.

    z4

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    Those screws are awfully large sized and off centered.
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

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    Could be a Pack & Sohn maker, they use screw bolts in an off centered position. But, as Larry stated, they do look rather large. If it were mine, I would take it apart and have a look, but only if you have the proper screw driver for the job.

    Jim

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    I doubt that is a issue item. someone has stuck a button top on it. imo.

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    I don't have the right driver Jim but I might be able to borrow one as for the button I am not sure how it is attached but its not glued.

    Jim are the bolts in the wrong way round ?


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    Quote by zephyr4 View Post
    I don't have the right driver Jim but I might be able to borrow one as for the button I am not sure how it is attached but its not glued.

    Jim are the bolts in the wrong way round ?


    z4
    Now that you mention it, yes, they are in backwards. The smooth side should always be out, or the side that is showing, when in wear.

    Jim

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    Agree they appear to be E Pack off centered screw bolts a trademark of theirs on KS98 I have seen them KS98 unmarked like this the emblem I have no clue. timothy

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    Frankenstein bayonet? I dot now.
    Bayonet releasing system look odd, and do not coincide with other part of bayonet.
    Although I've seen some other examples, with reverse grip nuts.

    Regards
    Vedran
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