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Photos Hungarian M1904 Weyersberg and Co. Sword

Discussion in 'Sword Discussion' started by John Yestrebsky, Jun 21, 2018.

  1. John Yestrebsky

    John Yestrebsky

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    Jun 21, 2018
    Last edited: Jun 21, 2018
  2. horseclover

    horseclover Basic Member Basic Member

    Nov 21, 2000
    I believe it is a cap screw/nut. Here is my US m1902 sword with a similar arrangement. A difference will be a pin/rivet through those ears on the backstrap.

    Cheers
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  3. John Yestrebsky

    John Yestrebsky

    3
    Jun 21, 2018
    Thanks. So I am clear, do you think the cap prys off to reveal a nut, or the cap is the nut? If that makes sense. Thanks again.
     
  4. horseclover

    horseclover Basic Member Basic Member

    Nov 21, 2000
    A nut, sometimes known as a cap screw, or I guess better, a cap nut. My bad.
     
  5. John Yestrebsky

    John Yestrebsky

    3
    Jun 21, 2018
    Hi again. Any clue if the blade should be nickle plated? I just bought it and am skeptical.
     

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