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    Default Mobilization bayonet?

    I have a chance to purchase this bayonet, but need opinions first.

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    Default Mobilization bayonet

    Polish bayonet Wz 29, thats called the "Mobilization bayonet"

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    The bayonet looks like a correct Wz.29 mobilisation version of Perkun, possible the blueing was done by germans or by others. b.r.Andy

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    Does it come with a scabbard? If not, still a very nice example. If the price is right, bag it...

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    Default mobilization bayonet

    Version with date 1939 commonly call "mobilization model" by collectors , have absolutely nothing to do with mobilization in August 1939, this is of the new marking system introduced 1939 year. I am very sorry i only speak a little English

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    just picked this up, the scabbard is Rich Herder dated 1939:







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    Cool. I have a similar Radom made bayonet with a 38 date Hörster scabbard that interestingly enough was never numbered. Is your scabbard numbered?






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    Did Horster provide scabbards for these bayonets if they were used by German forces?

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    I figured it was just a depot spare scabbard added to the bayonet when reworked, I doubt it was sent to Radom.


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    Nice bayonets! I really like the Polish bayonets.
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