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Short Military bayonet with red insert, please help to ID

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    Default Short Military bayonet with red insert, please help to ID

    Thanks guys!
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    Hi, looks to be German short dress bayonet.

    Harry

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    Hi Twis !! Nice bayonet..standard dress bayonet. The Red felt buffer some say designates a certain branch of service..there is a color list around..which the bayo guys when they chime in..will provide it for you. Nice Find. Richard Herder is not a common maker . Regards Larry
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    It depends on who you ask about the inserts. It seems to me that they are fairly evenly split, some thinking they denote branch, others feel it was a personal choice. For those who believe it denotes branch of service, red is for artillery, green for jager, blue for justice. There are more but I don't remember them off the top of my head. Nice ks98 bayonet!

    Jim

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    Nice KS98 in proper dress frog as stated appears to be short model or so called NCO although available to any solider that wanted one nice condition one. timothy

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    Very nice Herder short Dress Bayonet! Nice to see the frog with it as well!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Just my observation every one of the short Herder makes in KS98 I have encountered don't use the swell point but blade is same as the long model. I have a short Herder made same way. timothy
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