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Polish made mauser bayonets

Article about: This weekend I was exchanging mails with Tony and we spoke about Polish bayonets. It seems that there is no thread devoted to this topic. Well, I decided to write about this topic providing

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    Tony,
    Very nice bayonets. I like fact that scabbards are still with khaki paint.

    Dastier,
    Thank you for shearing. So, this is something to start collecting bayonets with.

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    Here's a Perkun Wz 27 bayonet and scabbard that sold on Ebay this weekend for $240 USD + $30 shipping. It was advertised as a U.S. vet bring back and the serial number on the guard was in the correct range.
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    Dear Marcin

    Thank you very much for posting this thread and for the information on it, i cant tell you how delighted i am to finally have some sense around the collection of pre war bayonets. Up until now i have been using the Szczeglow book which isnt much help at all. I want to post up pics of my bayonets in line with yours and hope to be a ble to finally get some answers to the many questions i have on this topic.

    Again thanks for the posting

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ID:	305060My first posting a later WZ 22. It is in a scabbard painted black with the symbol M in a triangle, i believe the frog to be original. It has what looks like a combat sharpening so im supposing it was used in the 39 campaign.

    To echo Marcin's points this bayonet is very light and almost fragile compared to the later sturdier pieces.

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    Templar, thanks for sharing your Wz. 22. I missed out on one for $50 a couple of years ago. Haven't seen one since.

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    Templar, Your Wz. 22 was made at the armoury in Krakow. Info on Polish bayonets http://www.old-smithy.info/bayonets/Polish%20Mausers.

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    Templar, nice looking set. I´m not sure about frog, doesn´t look polish to me. Lack of rivets makes me worried about. Black scabbard is for sure early polish one! If paint is original this is nice item. All scabbards were repainted in ´30 to be khaki. I got my wz.22 sharpened. I didn´t find any info about that. It might be 1939 thing but I´m not sure.

    Dastier - all bayonets wz.22 were made in Armoury nr 4 in Krakow ( Zbrojownia Nr 4 )

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    here is my wz.29 Radom - German reissue, but lacking any German markings.Click image for larger version. 

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    I will also post photos of my wz.28 Perkun later.
    Looking for following WWII German items:
    - anything dealing with Allenstein (Olsztyn) and Wehrkreis I in East Prussia,
    - entrenching tool carrier (straight and folding),
    - forestry and hunting items,

    Polish Militaria 1914-1945 - https://www.facebook.com/groups/124584324789966/
    GTA Militaria - Discussions and Sales - https://www.facebook.com/groups/890720157646923/

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    Hey everyone,
    I am new here, not very well informed about the subjects discussed here, but do have a question that might be interesting for someone.
    I have recently found a perkun bayonet WZ 21, it ended up at my grandfathers place who recently passed away. I dont know anything about the bayonet, about the owner - it might be my grandfathers but I am not sure, about the situation it was in, but I know it holds a story, so I wanted to find out as much as I could about it. I was happy to find this forum and few other sites where the perkun bayonets were discussed and showned, all but WZ 21.
    Does anyone know more about it? If anyone knows anything about this perkun WZ 21 bayonet, I would appreciate it a lot..
    Thank you

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    dudldi, would you please post photos of your grandfather's wz.21 bayonet? I'm not at all familiar with that model. Thank you.

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