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K98 bayonets that have been stored away for a years.

Article about: As and when I get time, I like to go to my store cupboard and dig out a box or two that I have not opened in a while. I took out a 2cm flak gun ammo box and it contained a few K.98 bayonets

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    As and when I get time, I like to go to my store cupboard and dig out a box or two that I have not opened in a while. I took out a 2cm flak gun ammo box and it contained a few K.98 bayonets and spare frogs. Most of these bayonets are local to the Island of Jersey, Channel Islands and were collected by me over the years. Some were picked up whilst I was still at school. If that were today there would be a riot for sure. I took a few pictures so thought I would post them for you to see. Not all are pristine, not all are matching numbered but they are as they were picked up on the Island or brought back a war souvenirs.
    Hope you like the pics.
    All the best from Jersey,
    D

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    Holy sh*t!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Wow, that's impressive

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    I have a few more but have not located them just yet, when I do I will have to update the photo's.
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    Just a few, eh? ......what a skiter

    Nice one Damo
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    Great collection! I'll bet its a chore to wipe them all down! Regards,Geoff

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    Quote by Dschop View Post
    Wow, that's impressive
    X 100 =

    When the dust settles..would it be possible to see producer logos on some of them..I know there has to be a few of them in that bunch.

    Very Very nice Mr D.

    Regards Larry
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    For some reason the word "plethora " comes to mind when I look at that fantastic collection

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Damn friend, that is so impressive.

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    Thanks for the comments guy's much appreciated. And I will try to get to do some shots of the maker marks etc for you to see.
    D

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