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German captured bayontes

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    Amazing thread, great info guys.

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    Hello,

    yes the germans used hugh numbers of the norwegian M94 bayonet, but named this model Seitengewehr 102 (n).

    Also the S102(n) were made new in the Kongesberg armory.

    First the made it out of shorted M1916 bayontes... than totaly knew.

    You can recognize them by the missing number and the typical Kongsberg hallmarks.

    Since middle of 1943 a inspection Group of the Waffenamt was stationed in Kongsberg and proof the bayonets with WaA84.


    shorted ones... phosphated and in the white
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    and new made ones
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