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WWI GERMAN 98/05 Restored Mauser Butcher Sword Bayonet

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    I would make the argument that is shouldn't be done. Afterwards it is just a restored representative example, no different than what Miltec does to original rifles. Not for me, sorry.
    Last edited by relicz; 10-27-2014 at 06:43 PM.

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    I agree. All sense of it's history was removed.
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    I agree. All sense of it's history was removed.
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    The guy has some pretty good metal working skills, BUT I don't believe this bayonet needed this much restoration. A good, gentle, patient, detailed cleaning was all this 98/05 needed. Honestly, it had more value before the work. If this would have been in near relic condition, I would have thought,"why not", but this one really didn't need it.

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    To echo what has been said, a demonstration of impressive skills but all the history has been destroyed in what is now an essentially re-manufactured, 21st C article.

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    Jim and DrPMC that was my thoughts after I seen the video. timothy

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