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Chat gratuitxxx Bayonet TraderYOUR CARTNew items for sale added63018 5 bayonets6918 5 bayonetsThis page focuses on world nonGerman rare and unusual bayonets and other edged weapons for sale or trade that are in above average condition for the advanced collector. Go to the German bayonets for sale section on the home page for bayonets used by Germany. These items have been described to the best of my ability. In most cases condition refers to the overall condition of the piece. All prices are in US dollars.Overall Condition CodesExc Excellent near unissuedR2 Scarce difficult to findR3 Rare very hard to findR4 Extremely Rare few knownARGENTINAArgentine 1891 Carbine 2nd Model BayonetHas wood grips leaf spring and brass pommel. Has Argentine Crest with E.A. Ejercito Argentina on one side of the blade and reverse is marked Industria Argentina J.C. Suarez y Cia. Short fullered blade with no sharpening. Blued metal scabbard. Brown leather frog with no markings. Very few of these bayonets were ever made.Rarity R3Australian 1944 Owens SMG Mk 1 BayonetKorean War period model made by MA Mangrovite and dated 1 52. Excellent wood grips marked Slaz 51. Excellent fullered blade with about 95 bluing remaining. Excellent leather scabbard marked
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