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bayonet ID help?

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by mountainpharm, May 20, 2013.

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  1. mountainpharm

    mountainpharm Member

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    I've had a couple of bayonets living in the back of my gun safe for a few years now and I'm ready to let them go; I'm hoping these will go a fair amount towards a new PPQ. I took these on trade for various things I was simply happy to be rid of and now it's time for these to go as well. I know virtually nothing about the bayonet world and I'm hoping some fellow THR members can help me out with any more specifics and possibly an associated value.

    The first appears to be a Model 1907 British Sanderson Enfield blade originally made in April 1907 and reissued in 1927.

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    The second looks to be an Austrian or Czech M95 bayonet. I haven't been able to find much beyond that.

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  2. Slamfire

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    The second one is Austrian, if I am wrong someone can correct, but WG is Steyer, and it is a bayonet for the M1895 straight pull.

    As for prices, I used to buy those things for $25.00. I have no idea what they are going for now.

    The M1907 looks a bit worn, but it is interesting with such an early manufacturing date.
     
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