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    Peruvian 1935 sling and bayonet

    Did the usual search, came up with very little.

    Only significant bayonet I found for Peruicon is a Germanicon made copy of the early quillback which seems very early and obsolete for a rifle produced in 1935.

    Found nothing on the slings. Saw a few photos but they all appeared to be another nations sling.

    Any suggestions?

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    Apparently, there is a 1935 FN export bayonet to go with the rifles. My source doesn't say if they are marked in any way to ID them as Peruvianicon however. Or second source, an FN24 export bayonet.
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    In my copy of the book "FN Mauser Rifles" by Anthony Vanderlinden I there is the following lines "According to 1939 Peruvianicon regulations, the military used FN's long Modele 24 bayonet for the rifles and a shorter, custom, bayonet for the carbine. FN most likely made a custom bayonet for Peru: the carbine bayonet had a total length of 452mm in scabbard."

    No specific details on any marking that would have been on the bayonets or pictures thereof.

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    Yeah, that was my second source. I forgot I had that book. I did find some photos of slings in Ball's Mauser book. Look similar to Spanish slings which is what I'm getting for the moment. Not likely one is going to pop up anywhere soon.


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