I have added a table of manufacturers codes and dates used, this is slightly different in style than many others you will find as I have added all the info I can find or any single maker into a table covering the entire period 34 to 45, this will allow code and name changes to a single maker to be followed through the entire time frame.
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Likewise, Pierre Borel wrote in 1655 that a kind of long-knife called a bayonette was made in Bayonne but does not give any further description.
The concept of the bayonet, which is essentially the idea of improvising a firearm as a spear, probably evolved from the early concept of spears having firearms being attached to them, also known as "Fire lances".
I seem to have fallen into collecting frogs, a bit by default really.
If you want to collect frogs, then Anthony Carters book on bayonet frogs is the essential reference, and I have used his references for the frogs shown below (CBF XXX), or given credit to the person who has Identified a frog not to be found in Carter as despite the large number of frogs he has there are many not in the book .A bayonet (from French baïonnette) is a bladed weapon such as a knife or short sword, or spike-shaped weapon designed to fit in, on, over or underneath the muzzle of a rifle, musket or similar weapon, increasing the weapon, as a spear.In this regard, it is an ancillary close-quarter combat or last-resort weapon.The 84/98 or K98 was the standard bayonet of the German army after WWI until the end of WWII.The following is a summary of the main variations that can be found, it does not cover all of the different makers marks nor dates, although you will find serious WWII collectors of the type who try for complete sets of makers and dates.In 1949 the Israelis used German marked Mauser bayonets to which they added muzzle rings in their war of independence, and even made local copies of the blade.