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this one looks too good ,so opinions are needed again thanks all input welcome

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notice the grind marks running 1 1/2 inch from the guard , it's the same on both sides

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hi wes
congrats in my opinion i see nothing wrong with this near mint k=98 bayonet even the leather frog is great looking doubt if this one ever seen combat thanks for showing us here hope all agrees with my opinion god bless andy militarynut

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Well thanks Andy, I don't ever find them this clean or new looking so it made me have doubts. glad to hear it is good and not some newly made repo.

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If they ever start making reproductions this good then we are ALL in trouble. Best Regards, Fred

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hi fred
you just said a mouth full and the sad part is trying to educate and help outher new members here on the forums and telling them what is right and what is wrong with what they are showing us. i will never educate the fakers with any new information so that they can make the next fake perfect . old ww2 true saying loose lips sink ships have a great day god bless andy militarynut

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Yes looks like a proper Mundlos 1944 production piece, congratulation on it. b.r.Andy

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That is a nice looking one. Back when I was a kid you could pick from a pile on the table for $ 8-10.


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Late post, I know. That is a beauty.


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