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KS 98 with frog and portapee

Article about: KS 98 with frog and portape this was a vetern purchase by another friend. Frog is for 84/98 and not in best of shape but this is how it came from vet. Bayonet is unmarked.

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    KS 98 with frog and portape this was a vetern purchase by another friend. Frog is for 84/98 and not in best of shape but this is how it came from vet. Bayonet is unmarked.
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    Nice set-up, Timothy...I remember when nobody really wanted these parade bayonets, and now they've become quite desirable and commanding much higher prices...I shouldn't have sold mine, lol...Thanks for showing!
    cheers, Glenn

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    Thanks a lot Larry and Glenn Larry I didn't show any closeups of blade as this one is unmarked by any maker scabbard is typical dress type just plain. I remember those days too Glenn that is why a few years ago I picked up as many as I could they are on the rise price wise now is the time to pickup another one. You know Tom Johnson done a article back in the 1980's and predicted these would be "Sleepers" in the edged weapon collecting. You know another reason I like the KS 98 dress bayonets is they go better with my EM uniforms and other items than officers daggers do I kept a army officer's dagger out of 30 different daggers I once had. timothy

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    a nice honest set.

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    Hello,

    this is a Extra-Seitengewehr, normal not for use in service

    Seitengewehrtasche (Frog) and Troddel (knot... not a Portepee) are official service Models

    So dress-bayonet and frog/knot don´t belong together.

    The Troddel is one of the Ergänzungs-Kompanie
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    Sleepwalker was the above knot worn with a 84/98 or just KS98 some period pictures show both? Thanks timothy

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    Hallo,

    this knots were worn with the S84/98.

    you must differ "walking out" knots and service knots.

    There were made in different quality and different Material and color.

    The shown knot is a service example

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    Thanks would you please post a example of a walking out EM one I know what the NCO is. timothy

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