Germany, Solingen Ernst Pack & Sohne WW2 era K98 dress bayonet, orig scabbard; great condition

$149.99

Germany WW2 Pack Sohne dress bayonet for K98 Mauser rifle, original metal scabbard; made in Solingen. Fully functional; great overall condition, considering the age.

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Germany WW2 Pack Sohne dress bayonet for K98 Mauser rifle, original metal scabbard; made in Solingen. Fully functional; great overall condition, considering the age.

Nice example of the WW2 era Nazi Germany Mauser K98 rifle fixable Dress Bayonet in great overall condition with original metal scabbard included; manufactured in Solingen, Germany by Ernst Pack & Sohne  (E.P.&S).  This bayonet is only slightly used, with original un-sharpened edge and intact tip, even the original leather washer on the blade is still present!  This dress dagger is about 12-3/4″ / 32.4 cm overall; fully-chromed the blade is about 84″ / 20.3 cm long; ricasso is stamped with E. PACK & SOHNE / SOLINGEN logo. Original plastic handle scales with 2 pins and integrated guard; all parts are tight with zero movement. Bayonet release mechanism is excellent; the rifle lug slide is still lined with original green felt protector. Overall, the handle is in great shape, considering the age.  The scabbard is about 9-1/8″ / 23 cm long.  Original all-metal scabbard is not been dented, nicked, or re-painted; about 50% of the original black finish on the scabbard remaining. Metal scabbard an leather frog are unmarked.

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Weight 1.5 lbs
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