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Article about: Hello, Today I have a bayonet and I have no idea what type it is or if it is even from WW2. I think its a German Mouser Bayonet but I'm sure you experts will know. the serial number is:3123

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    Hello, Today I have a bayonet and I have no idea what type it is or if it is even from WW2. I think its a German Mouser Bayonet but I'm sure you experts will know. the serial number is:3123 and on the bottom there is AS.FA and underneath that, there is a crescent moon. On the other side there is Also a 7. thank you for looking AT THIS POST!
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    Looks like a model 1935 Turkish bayonet.
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    It isn;t for the German, but is an export model. Germany, and I believe Austria, produced these for Spaimn. Portugal etc. This is fine. It is not in the best of shape, though.

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    Turkish Model 1935 - many were converted from other bayonets both Turkish and foreign. Some were newly made I think.

    ASFA is Turkish Arsenal marking.

    Star/Crescent - Turkish national marking.

    Regards

    Richie

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    It looks like reworked from older turkish M1890 sword bayonet.

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    Thank you guys for helping me with identifying this bayonet. A turkish model 1935 bayonet that could have possibly been reworked from an older turkish M1890 sword. That really helped me out, I had no clue what type of bayonet this was! Thanks again

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