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Fake or real Eickhorn dress bajonet.??

Article about: I have just bought this bajonet at a marked for 200 dk (20 pounds), and i am wondering if itīs a fake as i was sure of when i bought it. It has the same lenght as a normal combat bajonet and

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    Default Fake or real Eickhorn dress bajonet.??

    I have just bought this bajonet at a marked for 200 dk (20 pounds), and i am wondering if itīs a fake as i was sure of when i bought it. It has the same lenght as a normal combat bajonet and fitīs a Mauser perfektly. The scabbard is bought seperately for 100 dk(10 pounds), and im not sure about that one either
    I look forward to hear your opinion about it
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    a nice Ģ20 worth.good deal.

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    Thumbs up

    I agree, I see nothing wrong with it.
    Sarge

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    Looks like a beautiful eagle head example

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    Phil

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    It's a nice piece and I'm not seeing anything amiss with it. The blade and grip panels are in excellent condition and look just fine. I wouldn't worry about it at all. Can't go wrong for the price! Nice find!
    William

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    Sounds great so far I went for it because the handle looked so fine, and the dress bajonets i have seen in my price range all had wery badly pittet/corroded handles or damaged de-attachment buttons.

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    Well done! Always nice to see a forum member get a bargain!
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    Any one who have some advice about the scabbard.? I cannot se markings in it, but i will probably have to remove the paint from it anyway.

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    Nice KS98 by a well known maker KS98 scabbards have no markings for the most part possibly a unit mark can be found on them that were a parade piece issued by the company I had one as such marked to a artillery unit these were private purchase items for walking out and dress. timothy

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    Thank you, my german combat bajonets all have clearly visible numbers in them so i did not know what to think of this one

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