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K98 with scabbard question

Article about: I purchased this bayonet and would like to know if it is a military or civilian/non-military org type. I ask because the scabbard is unmarked black painted steel like I have seen on dress ba

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    Quote by AndyB View Post
    The mentioned frog is late war germany repaired with brass rivets?
    Andrej, I think rivets are the standard late alloy or steel (perhaps in combination). At least they look of that vintage and construction. The brassy or brown color is a combination of oxidation, patina, and appearance in the photographs. My thoughts only ....

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    Quote by kriegsmodell View Post
    Andrej, I think rivets are the standard late alloy or steel (perhaps in combination). At least they look of that vintage and construction. The brassy or brown color is a combination of oxidation, patina, and appearance in the photographs. My thoughts only ....
    My thoughts as well.

    Jim

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    You are probably right both offcourse, it could be patina or discoloration.Thanks.

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    Hello,

    this is a overworked spanisch M 1943... with parts from former German contract S84/98 since 1936

    Regards

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