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Parade bayonet

Article about: The bayonet initially posted is from the Imperial period, 3 rivet grip is usually a sign of Imperial or Weimar era production. The maker mark on this one, WK&C (not WKC) predates WWII &a

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    very interesting bayonet as it has 3 lug holding the grips on and has slot holes in them?any help would be great!
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    will get some better pictueres later. the blade someone lightly sharpened but the nickle plating is realy nice.

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    here is the only other one close to mine the fuller on the blade on this one is very small as mine is lager/wider ? the one with stag grips is on tom wittmans site and it has two lugs holding the grips on and says its a ww1 bayonet used in ww2 as mine handed down iam guessing? i just realy liked it as it was different..thanks
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    Very nice dress bayonet Pammy. To see three grip studs is rather unusual.
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    Steve.

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    thanks so much steve !

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    I read somewhere, or was under the impression that brown
    frogs are for the Luftwaffe.........!
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    Steve.

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    oh,,i love it even more now! thanks steve!

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    Made by WKC , judging by the knights logo, not sure with the kings logo , earlier WKC mark?

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    thanks dave,on tom wittmans site it says imperial bayonet ww1 made for ww2 ?i guess it was a ww1 germans guys bayo and handed down or they were re-done for ww2 ? i guess? i could not let myself leave it there i had to get it..

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