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    Default Clc 44

    This is a new arrival, it just arrived yesterday. The condition is better than the ffc 44 that I posted earlier. I wish I could find all of my bayonets in this condition. Let me know what you think.
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    Nice one!! It would go well in my 44 collection! Hahahahhaha
    Looking for 10" cleaning rod, early style e/214 #91, nazi style e/26 #04

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    I am working on my 44 bayonets as well. At this point I have a;

    1. 44 fnj
    2. ab44
    3. 44 ffc
    4. Clc 44
    5. 44 asw riveted (blued)
    6. 44 clv (script)
    7. cof 44

    I think that the ones I am missing is a Pyy, Sgx, Bym, Cul, can scabbard, ddl, Jwh, and Fze. I am almost halfway there.

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    Nice. I’m not going for variations from each, just one of each code. For instance my 43/44asw satisfys the asw code. Gotta draw a line somewhere. We should collaborate if we find ones we already have!
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    Looking for 10" cleaning rod, early style e/214 #91, nazi style e/26 #04

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    Looks like excellent piece, even in dbase are in this early H range pieces mentioned with wood grips, since half of range already only red plastic, so it was realised a mixed configuration wood and plastic, it looks like minimal used. No worryieng spures on scabbard.Interesting R.Herder used a high standard surface
    not rough tooling in so late production 1944 as H is the last observed range.b.r.Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyB View Post
    Looks like excellent piece, even in dbase are in this early H range pieces mentioned with wood grips, since half of range already only red plastic, so it was realised a mixed configuration wood and plastic, it looks like minimal used. No worryieng spures on scabbard.Interesting R.Herder used a high standard surface
    not rough tooling in so late production 1944 as H is the last observed range.b.r.Andy
    Thank you for the information. The ffc and clc came from a bayonet collector so I am not surprised that the serial numbers were already recorded. I appreciate your information. What is the highest recorded H block. Doubt that these were even issued. I like the wood grips but the red bakelite is my favorite.

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    Default Great piece as always !!!!


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    Thats a nice one. I haven't scored any decent bayos in quite some time. On a tangent subject, what is that website that serves as a bayo database? I think it is a french site possibly? I couldn't find it on google.

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    Default database site

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