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Dress Bayonet?

Article about: by Walkwolf The grips were indeed lighter in colour You can see the difference here the 2 tone stag handle on the left and the wood imitation handle on the right...

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    The grips were indeed lighter in colour
    You can see the difference here the 2 tone stag handle on the left and the wood imitation handle on the right...


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    Very Nice indeed!
    I wonder what the #7597 that is on the scabbard stands for or if it original to the bayonet????
    That is a beauty! Thanks for sharing..
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    I was wondering that myself, Phil..... The "7" is crossed in Euro fashion, but who in the world would be the owner of such a nice bayonet and then go ahead and crudely scratch a reference number into the main body of the sheath and on the Top side of it, no less?? Very strange....but a Very nice bayo in any case!
    William

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

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    the numbers appear to be scratched in they do not go deeper then the paint,i myself have wondered why it was not done on the underneath...

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    Would any one wish to hazard a guess at what the market price for this item would be,the prices on the Internet seem to really vary...

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    I have been looking and this version appears to be very uncommon...In fact have yet to see one,the stag version seems to be the norm.

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    Quote by kgrunt View Post
    I have been looking and this version appears to be very uncommon...In fact have yet to see one,the stag version seems to be the norm.
    Thatīs correct !
    Iīve seen much more dress bayonets, showing staghorn grip plates, than dress bayonets, showing the wooden "staghorn-Ersatz" grip plates.

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