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Swiss Model 1957 Bayonet

Article about: I love this bayonet. Very elegant looking, very sleek. Has a leather frog, plastic (?) scabbard. I believe Wenger and Victorinox made these. I could be wrong. These are still readily found,

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    I love this bayonet. Very elegant looking, very sleek. Has a leather frog, plastic (?) scabbard. I believe Wenger and Victorinox made these. I could be wrong. These are still readily found, for around twenty five dollars. I bought mine for twenty. A cool, inexpensive display piece.
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    Nice bayo!!!
    Now you only need the rifle for it, a SIG if I'm not mistaking.

    Regards

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    ...... !
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    I believe Wenger and Victorinox made these. I could be wrong.
    Nope your not wrong both Wenger & Victorinox did make these. If it's one that doesn't actually have a makers name on it then you can still ID who made it if you look at the serial number, above the number will be either a V or a W...yup, you've guessed it...V is Victorinox made and W is Wenger made.

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    They are very slick looking bayonets. In my country, hunters still buy these milsurp blades for use as actual 'pig stickers'.!
    They are extremely effective when used in this role - I have one of these myself. Cheers.

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    Got one of these attractive bayonets coming up in my June 8th 2021 sale @bamfords.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    I actually own one, lovely looking Bayo
    Ben

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    A quality piece for sure but still undervalued (as most Swiss militaria is) by the international market, perhaps because the Swiss haven't been at war in living memory.

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    I would say a nice bayonet that could be obtain on normal price, i believe much more german bayonets are overpriced on market mainly the WW1 and WW2 pieces.

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    Hi, mates !

    W+F means:
    Eidgenössische Waffenfabrik, Bern
    W+F assembled the individual bayonet parts, (components).

    I do prefer the "early" ones !
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