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Question RE: East German Bayonet

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by dglockster, Jun 21, 2008.

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  1. dglockster

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    Below are a few pictures of an East German bayonet that I recently acquired. The insulator has a 4-digit number that may be a serial number but there are no matching numbers on either the scabbard or the bayonet itself. However, on the bayonet there is a circle with a “K” inside the circle. Oh, yeah, the wire cutter tip of the scabbard has an “S” within a circle. Do either of the markings have any significance?

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    Right View
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    Left View
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    “K” within Circle
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    No pic of the “S” within the circle. It’s too tiny for my camera.
     
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