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Old 04-24-2005, 11:40 AM   #1
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Default K98k bayonets.

I thought we should start a thread on matching K98k bayonets. Please add what you have. Here are a few of my favorites. I like the late war ones.

A 44asw with wooden grips.
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44asw with Bakelite grips.
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44asw with phosphated bayonet and scabbard....and rivets instead of grip screws.
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And my favorite of the 44s is this 44fnj with blued bayonet and phosphated scabbard.
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And for a little comparision for pre-war vs late war, a superb quality 1938 made by Gebruder Heller. The quality of the bluing and bakelite is superb.
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Old 04-24-2005, 12:24 PM   #6
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An overall view of the 5 I have presented so far.
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Old 04-24-2005, 12:51 PM   #7
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phosphated scabbard.
"Bonderized"

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Old 04-24-2005, 04:29 PM   #8
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Nothing special here in comparison to Willi's bayonets,but anyway as a non-"weapon" collector, I've got a few...here you go.

starting from above, matching, serialnbr: 1547 f, dated 44, maker : cvl. Frog is unmarked but original to the bayonet.

the middle one is mismatched, although I got it like that from a resistance-veteran in my area. Nbr 5107 g and scabbard nbr 1010, maker : WKC. original marked frog.

The third one is matching also, nbrs : 4580 a, maker : J.Sch. + it's original unmarked frog.

All have wooden grips.

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Old 11-15-2014, 01:00 PM   #9
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Some real nice s84/98's posted. timothy
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Great bayonet duv! A rare one.
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44 fnj (Alcoso) matching set. Bayonet with walnut grip.






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Its older sister: 42 fnj matching set. Bayonet with bakelite grip.







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Hi,
Some of my K98 Bayonets. All are not sharpened and the standard models are with matching number.
One finds there of all : police bayonets, commercial, Km etc....






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There are some incredible collections shown here as well as beautiful and rare examples. There is nothing so rare or impressive in my collection but thought I'd show a few anyway.

First are three dated 39, 40, and 41, top to bottom. The 39 is a Carl Eickhorn. The 1940 in the center is mis-matched, never the less they are special to me. The 1939 was bought for $1.50 from a Mohawk Arms catalog when I was 15. The 40 was a present from my dad when I was 16. It was sharpened, the only bayonet I have which was, and the edge is quite sharp. The 1941 was brought back from the war by my wife's grandfather.
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