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possibly Czech vz.24 bayonet?

Article about: Hi guys, I hot this when I was 16 or so but I've never bothered to ask about it. IMO, it's a vz.24 or vz.33 Czech bayonet but afaik, the Germans continued making these in the Czech factories

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    Default possibly Czech vz.24 bayonet?

    Hi guys, I hot this when I was 16 or so but I've never bothered to ask about it. IMO, it's a vz.24 or vz.33 Czech bayonet but afaik, the Germans continued making these in the Czech factories under occupation. And I know, for example that a lot of divisions were equipped with Czech equipment during the war. Anyway, your opinions on date and manufacture would be really appreciated as I'm just guessing!

    Thanks!

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    Ha, I posted this and immediately came across a site which shows the double horsehead and the circle z as being Romanian. But, any other opinions welcome!

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    Hello,

    no, this is Vz.24 Bayonet made in Romania, never czech and never german.

    The romanian Double Horse Heads are the trade mark of "Uzinele Metalurgice Copsa Mica-Cugir"

    The CM is also a romanian marking


    The scabbard is czech made by Zbrojovka Brno an exported to Romania... and is so not matching to the Bayonet, because of the differnet maker.


    Regards.

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