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    50 years later

    Same design, much later on. S98 one piece grip variety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryS View Post
    Same design, much later on. S98 one piece grip variety.Attachment 103575Attachment 103574Attachment 103576
    Close but no cigar. The bayonet has a fuller so it's sort of a hybrid quill point/fullered bladed. Not quite on point for the thread, don't ya think?


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