Bayonet sample 1884/98

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With a clear mark Bayonet-knife with wooden "cheeks" on the handle - an early sample. ASW is a three-letter code.

Every item produced for the needs of the German Armed Forces - the Wehrmacht, Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine, Waffen-SS, Police and other organizations - was stamped with the manufacturer's mark encrypted in a three-letter code. ASW - Hoerster, E. ., Stahl u. etallwarenfabrik, Solingen, Kattenbergstr. The bayonet-knife has original bluing and, as it should be, a blade without sharpening. On the metal of the handle and scabbard there are clear stamps of the Wehrmacht acceptance - these are small stylized eagles. This collectible bayonet is complete with a genuine early blade (hanger to the belt), dating back to the Weimar period (brass rivets).

List of firms that produced the 1884/98 model bayonet (new type) in the early period: 1. August Kupper, Solingen 2. Bontgen & Sabin, Solingen 3. Coulaux & Co., Klingenthal4. C. Schilling & Cie., Suhl5. Deutsche Maschinenfabrik A-G, Duisburg 6. E. u F. Horster, Solingen 7. Johann Mehlih A-G, berlin 8. J. Henckels, Solingen (Zwillingswerk = Henkels, Solingen) 9. G. Hammesfahr, Solingen 10. Gebr. Hartkopf, Solingen11. Gebr. Heller, Marienthal12. Gewehrfabrik Erfurt, Erfurt 13. Eisengiesserei und Schlossfabrik A-G, Velbert14. Friedrich A. erder, Solingen Photo 4. 5. F. W. Höller, Solingen 16. Franz Koeller & Co., Solingen17. MAUSER-WERKE AG, Oberdorf a. Neckar (Waffenfabrik Mauser AG) 18. Move-Werke Walter & Co., Muhlhausen (Walter & Co., Muhlhausen) 20. Odeon Werke, Berlin 21. Richard A. Herder, Solingen 22. R. Stock u. Cie., Berlin-Marienfeld23. Siepmann & Co., Solingen24. Weyersberg, Kirschbaum u. Cie., (WK & C), Solingen

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The brass head of the handle has a T-slot and a spring latch with an external leaf spring. A crosspiece with a forward bent end, ending with a ball and a ring for the barrel from the butt side of the blade. The legs of the cross, forming a ring, are fastened with a screw. In the middle part of the cross, there are two rivets on both sides. Steel scabbard with a bracket and a ball at the end.

The name of the manufacturer and the year and month of the manufacture of the blade are engraved on the back of the blade, the inscription is in italics according to the following pattern: "manufacturer of weapons (name), month and year", for example "Manufacture d'Armes de Saint -Etienne Mai 1879 ". In addition to state factories, bayonets were also produced by two private Parisian firms, Oudry and L. Deny ”. In this case, the name of the company and the year of manufacture were applied to the back of the blade. 200,000 bayonets were ordered from Austria to Steyr. On the butt of such blades there was an inscription “Usine de Steyr”.

On the heel of the blade, there are inspection and production manual stamps on the right side and the metal batch number on the left, and acceptance stamps are also located on the crosspiece of the bayonet. On the crosspiece of the bayonet and on the scabbard near the mouth - the rifle number, consisting of a letter and several (up to five) numbers.

Occasionally on the crosshair and scabbard you can find an anchor mark, which means that the bayonet was in service with the navy or colonial troops.

Inner diameter of the ring in the cross: 17.5 mm

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Bayonet sample 1884/98

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Badge "Guard" Historical information:

On May 21, 1943, the "Guard" badge was instituted for servicemen of units and formations awarded the title of Guards. The artist S.I.Dmitriev was instructed to draw a drawing of the future sign.

As a result, a laconic and at the same time expressive project was adopted, representing a five-pointed star framed by a laurel wreath, above it a red banner with the inscription "Guard".

On the basis of the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR dated June 11, 1943, this sign was also placed on the banners of armies and corps that received the rank of guards.

The difference was that on the flag of the Guards Army the sign was depicted in a wreath of oak branches, and on the banner of the Guards Corps - without a wreath

In total, during the war, until May 9, 1945, the ranks of the guards were awarded:

11 combined arms and 6 tank armies; horse-mechanized group;

40 rifle, 7 cavalry, 12 tank, 9 mechanized and 14 aviation corps; 117 rifle, 9 airborne, 17 cavalry, 6 artillery, 53 air and 6 anti-aircraft artillery divisions; 7 divisions of rocket artillery; many dozens of brigades and regiments.

In the Navy, there were 18 surface guards ships, 16 submarines, 13 battalions of combat boats, 2 air divisions, 1 marine brigade and 1 naval railway artillery brigade.

Here are some of the abbreviations used by manufacturers on German military binoculars during the Second World War:

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The holster, judging by the quality, is of European production.

In size for a Makarov pistol.

The order was sent by the KGB to the design bureau of the TsNIITOCHMASH plant.

Among other conditions, special attention was paid to the following: a small mass of future weapons (up to 0.5 kg), the possibility of hidden carrying, the absence of protruding parts and dimensions (thickness up to 18 mm).

The PSM pistol was developed by Tula designers from TsKIBSOO L. L. Kulikov, T. I. Lashnev, A. A. Simarin. The idea of ​​the main pistol layout was borrowed from the foreign Walther PP.

In 1972, a competition was held, which tested two samples - PSM and one more pistol - BV-025.

According to the test results, the PSM won an unconditional victory, which showed excellent combat characteristics, high ergonomics and ease of control, balancing when shooting and accuracy, corresponding to the requirements.

At the same time, BV-025 was noticeably inferior to him in the quality of automation and could not fully realize himself with the MPC patron.

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The phrasebook has been prepared for publication by the Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Red Army.

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