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    It wasn't Gary's website. He ran a monthly page...

    It wasn't Gary's website. He ran a monthly page on Frank Trzaska's US Military Knives Bayonets Machetes site.
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    The one on the left is a standard OKC-3S that had...

    The one on the left is a standard OKC-3S that had a portion of the scabbard fastened to the blade.The two tan bladed models were the first purposely manufactured training bayonets. If you look...
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    Five different Ontario trainers 101866

    Five different Ontario trainers

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    I've noticed this on many of the forums. I think...

    I've noticed this on many of the forums. I think more and more people are migrating over to the Facebook groups.
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    Norwegian Model 1894 Krag

    Norwegian Model 1894 Krag
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    Scroll to the bottom of the page: Porters Page...

    Scroll to the bottom of the page:

    Porters Page 1
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    These new spare blades are not numbered.

    These new spare blades are not numbered.
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    I don't know if it is shadows or just my eyes...

    I don't know if it is shadows or just my eyes playing tricks, but the US Krag looks like it might be a Sedgley.
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    I've been studying and collecting bayonets for 49...

    I've been studying and collecting bayonets for 49 years. I've learned a few things along the way, one of the most important being that just because I haven't seen something before it doesn't mean...
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    According to Skennerton the cut downs are all...

    According to Skennerton the cut downs are all dated 10 44. If I remember correctly, they also have an 8" blade, not 10" like the purpose made shorter bayonets.
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    Your item number doesn't appear to be correct.

    Your item number doesn't appear to be correct.
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    That wouldn't work with this bayonet. The Model...

    That wouldn't work with this bayonet. The Model 1893 and 1895 rifles had a completely different bayonet lug than the 98 Mausers.
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    You won't find it there, it's a Spanish bayonet.

    You won't find it there, it's a Spanish bayonet.
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    This is a Spanish Model 1893. The early ones...

    This is a Spanish Model 1893. The early ones were made in Germany and looked very similar to the 71/84. The Spanish bayonet has a high muzzle ring where the 71/84 has a low ring. The blade has not...
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    I've always considered the DP marked bayonets...

    I've always considered the DP marked bayonets with the white band to be Drill Purpose.
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    86043

    86043
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    They only used a portion of the Gras blade and...

    They only used a portion of the Gras blade and fixed it to a new cast hilt assembly. They made the majority of the hilts from cast brass but also made a small number from case-hardened steel. The...
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    Best way to find out what they're worth is to put...

    Best way to find out what they're worth is to put them on ebay and see what they'll bring.
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    This is a picture I had on my computer. Didn't...

    This is a picture I had on my computer. Didn't have any close ups. I'll have to dig it out to see what it has for markings. I know it has a serial number on the pommel.
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    85249

    85249
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    I believe your bayonet is a Mexican Model 1910. ...

    I believe your bayonet is a Mexican Model 1910. If I remember correctly the example in my collection is marked Republica Mexicana. I thought I had some photos but they must be on my computer at...
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    They made a similar scabbard for the M1 Garand...

    They made a similar scabbard for the M1 Garand bayonets that were made there.

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    There are two different scabbards for the Italian...

    There are two different scabbards for the Italian M4 bayonets. One is similar to the US M8 and the other is a cut down Vetterli steel-mounted leather scabbard.

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  24. It's not a reproduction. It's a post-WWII...

    It's not a reproduction. It's a post-WWII refurbished bayonet. Haven't gotten around to checking my files to see which country did them but I have seen quite a few of these. The flashguard is a dead...
  25. It's a post war rework.

    It's a post war rework.
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