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    Steyr m59 bayonet

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    Got burned buying a piece of crap on ebay. Among other things it was an 88 not a 95. There must be reputable places. Will a bayonet for steyr ling gun fit my stutzen? So many questions. I renovate historical rifles and want to finish the job. Reproductions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay2020 View Post
    Among other things it was an 88 not a 95.
    When you look for things like that, it's important to educate yourself in the first place. This site will help, look the bayonet you need up and go from there, find the bayonet you see in front of you and check details. BAyonet Collection Presentation

    Don't buy repros, they do nothing for value or increasing in their own value. They're usually not very convincing.
    Regards, Jim

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    Same bayonet fits all M95 rifles. They are plentiful on eBay. Usually one of the cheaper ones also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay2020 View Post
    Got burned buying a piece of crap on ebay
    As a buyer one is reasonably well protected with eBay provided that one is careful to follow eBay's rules and procedures. Personally I avoid making a habit of sending items back because sellers tend not to like it.

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    Curious as to what bayonet you did get and how much it was. You may have gotten a bargain because M95 bayonets usually don't sell for much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    Curious as to what bayonet you did get and how much it was.
    Here's the thread about it Steve... https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=72829
    Regards, Jim

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    Thanks, yes, he got burned big time with that one. Little to no value in it.

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