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    So, what do I have ?

    I see the manufacturer, year, made of steel. But what are the numbers I have under "180"
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    acceptance marks

    On my Mauser/Oberndorf 1916 Gew98 who are these acceptance marks for ? I lost my references on a computer change. Thanks.
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    Good old days

    1966 No prices on flyer.
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    intriguing inscription in P38 holster.

    This is a completely unmarked holster. The inscription "obersturmführer von der Thal, Zweite kompanie, Panzer kampfgruppe Peiper". The pistol is my commercial version. Would like to find a roster,...
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    Type 44 carbine version 3 bayonet

    Am getting ready to sell this, but it is a little strange. It is not blued. Has a black finish, not paint, rather poorly done. The question, were that combination treated differently. Can some one...
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
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    Is this the real deal ?

    I have had this NIB looking bayonet for over 20 years. And am getting ready to sell it. But i am worried about repo units. So is this really an unissued bayonet ?
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    thank you:)

    thank you:)
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    Unknown, M1921 ? belt.

    Found this while de-junking my house. It is a 32 inch belt, where do you find 32 inch soldiers ? The upper edge has two sewn in d-rings for use as a Sam Browns belt. The other strap is on slides. The...
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    Trapdoor SRS check please.

    M1884 sn 373441. M1888 sn 523826. Barreled action 375975. Passing these on to children and want to see if there is anything about them they should know. Thank you.
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    I can see stolen guns, but ammo ? A manufacturer...

    I can see stolen guns, but ammo ? A manufacturer would not have a lot laying around.
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    bummer, have a third. Bought when I did not know...

    bummer, have a third. Bought when I did not know the differences.
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    Don't believe NCO sword with solid cast handle....

    Don't believe NCO sword with solid cast handle. See fitting at end of handle and brass piece at beginning of blade.
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    friction tape

    friction tape
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    Interestingly the weapon is a generational...

    Interestingly the weapon is a generational mishmash also. The stock of the weapon in question is from a gew98, note the differences in the picture of the 98K above. Flat buttplate rather than cupped,...
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    50 years later

    Same design, much later on. S98 one piece grip variety.103575103574103576
  17. Thread: Sight marking

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    Sight marking

    My Amberg gew98, 1918, has been refurbished, sight updated and marked 1920 as a treaty weapon. But what ever are these markings on the sight ? I think I have seen them before, but nothing comes to...
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    The coffee can is getting smaller.

    The coffee can is getting smaller.
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    Serendipitously I ran across the translation of...

    Serendipitously I ran across the translation of the maker side. A smith named Sukemitsu (WWII era). Where the blade meets the tang should be a character that means this is a factory blade made under...
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    I'll take a crack at it. But really need better...

    I'll take a crack at it. But really need better pics. Tang with most characters. "sho wa jyu hachi nen hachi gatsu" Sho wa- 1926, 10+8-year, 8 month. August 1943.
    The month/year really don't quite...
  21. Thread: M1917

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    M1917 more pics

    The coppery residue shows that it is brazed. The finish seems to be the darker, earlier refinish, or original manufacture. Thanks to all.9893398934
  22. Thread: M1917

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    M1917

    Is this bayonet really 100 years old ? Does not look it. How do you tell the difference between the WWI and WWII models ? Bought 20 years ago for $45 wrapped in oily butcher paper from a man with a...
  23. Maybe to put under treads if mired.

    Maybe to put under treads if mired.
  24. New scenario

    After WWi Germany was restricted to a certain number and types of military. Small arms were repaired, refurbished and updated if necessary, and then stamped for the years 1920, 21, 22.
    Until enough...
  25. Thread: Unknown Sword

    by TerryS
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    Pic from Japanese sword website. Since officers...

    Pic from Japanese sword website. Since officers had to buy their own swords, why not customize it with initials, in any language. Or a presentation sword.
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