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    Peruvian M1935 Bayonet

    I finally located the correct bayonet for my Peruvianicon 1935 rifle. I had purchased the earlier long bayonet with nice Peruvian marks but kept my feelers out for the correct one. These are not marked in any way other than they have a very distinct style serial number. Other than that, they look like standard Belgian export Mauser bayonets.







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    Having the same problem locating an FN 49 bayo and one for a 1910 Mexican Mauser.
    I think I am going back to finding the bayonet and then the rifle.

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    I'm thinking I have several variants of the FN49 bayonet. Got them years ago when they were common. Prices appear to have gotten a bit ridiculous for them now. I have a Mexican 1935 but not a 1910.

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    My luck is the FN49 needed is the odd Venezuela model (large ring to accommodate the flash hider) and it has to be a nice one to match the rifle.. Actually the search is half the fun so not really complaining.

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    I had one of those Venezuelan FN49 bayonets once, really looked sharp on those rifles.

    It seems to me though that bayonet prices have been going through the roof where pretty much any bayonet is at least 100$ (Canadaicon).

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