It's decent enough from a scarcer maker, but most likely IMO a Yugoslavian (?) rework with the red type of Bakelite grips about three years out of sync (too early). Best Regards, Fred
Definitely a Yugo rework, numbers on the frog stud and cross guard and like Fred say's, several years too early for late war grips on a 1940 Corts bayonet.
Not an original German made bayo with that rivetted/pinned crossguard!..
It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.
I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...
This is a german S94/98 but it was heavy overworked and renumbered after 1945 in former Yugoslavia.
You can recognize it at the very dark bluing and the numbers on the frog stud and guard.