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    84/98nA with two variations of marking to the Flieger-Ersatz-Abteilung Nr. 6
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    Default Fleiger Markings

    Here is one on a luger
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    Seitengewehr 98/05 alte Art mit Sage
    Erfurt W 06

    13.P.2.149.

    Württembergisches Pionier-Bataillon Nr. 13
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    Schutztruppen-Gewehr 98
    K.S. 10784.
    Kaiserliche Schutztruppe of the DSWA or German SouthWest Africa.
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    1916 dated 84/98nA marked to the 5th Eskadron of Schleswig-Holsteinisches Ulanen-Regiment Nr.15
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    Some of mine.
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    "Don't use your musket if you can kill 'em with your hatchet"

    Major Robert Rogers 1757 Founder of the U.S Army Rangers

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    Bayonet S84/98 old pattern

    C.G. Haenel Suhl Preussen, W87

    2. J. 6. 31. / 2. J. R. 31

    2. Jaeger bataillon, 6. company, weapon no. 31. / 2. Jaeger bataillon, Radfahrer (bicycle) company, weapon no. 31.

    The flagship of my unit marking collection. Even if the letters are diffrent its still matching!

    On 10.01.1913 every Jäger-Bataillon formed two more companies. A 5. machine gun company and a 6. Radfahrer (bicycle) company. For a very short period the regulation unit markings from the Radfahrer company would be as the 6. company. Only a few weeks later the prussian unit marking regulation of 1913 would use a "R" for the Radfahrer company. So the sheath was replaced later and marked according to regulations with 2. J. R. 31. matching to the bayonet.
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