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My first bayonet

Article about: Hi guys , after getting my first relic helmet i decided to find a bayonet i think (hope) it is a k98 , i am told it is from a battle in Kurland paid £40 inc shipping what do you think, how d

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    a couple more.

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    Kurland or not, I think £40 is a very good price.

    Martin
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    Hi,nice bayonet,the maker is Gebr. Heller,it probably is date stamped 37 (1937) on the spine....Pete.
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    thanks, every little bit of info helps as i try to piece it together.

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    Quote by zwerge View Post
    Hi,nice bayonet,the maker is Gebr. Heller,it probably is date stamped 37 (1937) on the spine....Pete.
    Definitely an early one with that S code and the wood grip panels.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    It will be interesting to see how well it has held up after all those years , all 76 of them.

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    last couple of pics ive got
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    Quote by zwerge View Post
    Hi,nice bayonet,the maker is Gebr. Heller,it probably is date stamped 37 (1937) on the spine....Pete.
    To support Zwerges reference here is the link to that information. k98 bayonets data and registry
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    Nice condition for a relic early S code 84/98 agree don't use wire I have had good results tooth brush and WD 40 will work. timothy

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    Cheers bud, item marked as dispatched today hopefully no customs problems and the here for a good clean, toothbrush and wd40? i was told not to use wd40 on the wooden grips, what do you suggest just a soapy water clean, i will show better pics when it arrives
    Steve

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