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Matched K98 Bayonets

Article about: Almost embarrassed to show these after viewing the collections with many examples. One is well used, the other is almost mint. Thanks for looking.

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    Almost embarrassed to show these after viewing the collections with many examples.

    One is well used, the other is almost mint. Thanks for looking.

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    Nice bayonets. Rich A. in Pa.
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    Very nice and thanks for sharing. Nothing to be embarrassed about I don't have one yet.

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    Love the red bakelite grips!

    Steve

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    Hello,
    What is the marker and the year for the red bakelite grips ?

    Regards

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    Nice examples

    but these are two S84/98. A K98 Bayonet never exits.

    Regards.

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    Hi Sleep Walker could you provide a brief History on the Seitengewehr 98. and why it has been called the K98?

    Most of the seasoned readers know the difference and why..but the new collectors who have only known it as a K98 Bayonet only know it as such.

    I think you would explain it best as a seasoned bayo collector.

    Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Hello,
    What is the marker and the year for the red bakelite grips ?

    Regards
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    1943. Paul Weyersberg & Co., Solingen

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    Quote by Aws View Post
    Hello,
    What is the marker and the year for the red bakelite grips ?

    Regards
    Some very nice bayonets that you have posted here - the red gripped ones were not normally marked on the interiors like the black Bakelite type. With the Germans calling the red to orange colored Bakelite plastics "Typ 41" although they were introduced early in 1943. With the plastic binder sharply reduced to conserve it, being replaced by wood particles as a filler. Best Regards, Fred

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    The Weyersberg Bakelite bayo is a beauty, for sure. From the frog and blade, it does not look to have been used. Just 70+ years of handling wear.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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