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HI! I wonder if you can help me with this one! I am not sure what it is, but the man I bought it
from told me that if was for protection when you rehearsing bayonet fencing. What do you
think it is? By the way, It’s also mark with the 3 crown stamp.

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Rogge
 

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Yes , I believe you are correct . It has been posted here before . That is only the 2nd one I have ever seen .

There was a M-1918 fencing musket that was used for bayonet practice . It was non-firing and had a spring loaded barrel ( with padded end ) that retracts when thrust into another soldier . This does not have the hand guard like your photo . That is a neat item to have .
 

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Now that you ask, yeah, some brighter pictures would be very nice, thank you. Its a very strange item that we just don't see.

Roger van Sweden it shall be!!


Dutchman van California
 
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