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    Anyone have any in depth knowledge about Colombian Mauser bayonets?

    I would like to know if anyone has information about the bayonets Colombia issued.

    It seems they generally didn't use any distinctive markings with the exception of the Steyr M1912 bayonet marked "R de C", I have one of those.

    Otherwise they used Brno and FN export models. Are there any other ways to distinguish whether they were issued by the Colombians? I've read that having the serial number stamped on the end of the pommel is an indication but the Venezuelans were said to do that too.

    Any info would be appreciated.

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    Not much out there. If these guys don't have info, not likely to be out there.

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    Yeah, I realize that. That first link is in correct. It's similar to the one I have. It can't be a (supposed FN) 1024. What's not shown is the mounting slot which would be the short pattern. The FN 1924 and later rifles and therefore bayonets were long pattern.





    The second link I'm also familiar with. He only posts bayos and info on his collection and post no other info. I actually offered to send him pics and info on mine but he declined.

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